Rhymer Law Firm | William Rhymer
Yes and no. Unless you can justify to the Chapter 13 Trustee why you cannot be there physically, then you must attend. If you are confined to a hospital or to your house they will usually consider doing a telephonic 341 with proper proof of identity and social security number. Some times for example, when a member of the arm forces is out of the country on orders and someone here has a satisfactory power of attorney, then that person can attend. Otherwise, the law requires personal appearance at the 341 Meeting. I hope this helps.
Answer Applies to: Georgia