What counts as first or second bankruptcy?
March 6th, 2010 by Questions
I understand from the answer for a former question that if I filed for bankruptcy and I am not discharged but my trustee is discharged, all my debts are reinstated and creditors can pursue me. Does it mean that I am not under bankruptcy protection anymore so I am not considered bankrupt? If this is the case, can I file for bankruptcy again and hopefully find a trustee who communicates and tells my what I need to do? If I have not accumulated more debt beyond the old ones, meaning I file for bankruptcy to eliminate the same debt I attempted at my first try, does it count as first bankruptcy or second bankruptcy?
I have no assets and I have no surplus income just as in the past. Regarding my financial status and providing records to the trustee in my second filing for the same debt, for what years do I have to provide bank information assuming I file again in April 2010? Thank you in advance for any clarification you can provide. I truly appreciate the insightful answers I find on this website.
Posted from: British Columbia