a little ticked at my trustee….

December 3rd, 2008 by Questions

I had a meeting with my trustee yesterday afternoon. She informed me that I have my court hearing on January 6, 2009. She then told me that there are several issues still outstanding that might prevent me from getting a discharge. I filed for bankruptcy on January 15, 2008. I have given full disclosure on all matters, given financial info for the tax years of 2006 and 2007 to have my returns prepared. Here is what has yet to be done before January 6th:

1. They have given me my tax info back and told me to go to H&R Block and have them prepare my returns for me.

2. I am going through a divorce and there was a cottage that belonged to my in-laws. They have both passed away and left it to my ex-wife. The trustee wants me to contact who ever and check and see if my name is on the deed and supply any information that I find.

3. I supplied info on an investment advisor that my wife and I used for over 10 years to make our RRSP investments. She has not contacted this person yet and will do so within the next week to see if any of the assets are considered mine. Why is she doing this in the 11th month of my bankruptcy??

There are a few other items that she also gave me to supply answers on but they have already been disclosed…she seems to have no record of the info being given to her. I have lost trust in this `trustee` and now have basically one month before my hearing. Should I be concerned and is there a governing body for trustees that I can report her to?? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Posted from: Ontario


One Response to “a little ticked at my trustee….”

, A licensed trustee said:

If you have concerns about your trustee, you should contact the nearest Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. This is the government agency that monitors amd licences trustees.

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