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341 Meeting of Creditors

341 meetings are usually the first formal event ever held in a case. The debtor and co-debtor (if applicable) must attend this meeting in person, and should be be prepared to answer questions on the schedules, statements and Chapter 13 Plan they filed. They must bring a social security card (or proof thereof) and government issued photo id (driver's license). Identification and social security number must be verified on the record before your case may proceed. Typically these meetings last 5-15 minutes. If there are no objections or other problems a confirmation recommendation will be made by the Trustee and confimation by the Court will occur shortly thereafter. If there are objections or other problems, a confirmation hearing will be set by the Court for a later date.

At least 10 days prior to the 341 Meeting our office requires the following documents (if applicable) be emailed or faxed to our office:  copy of the filed Federal and State tax returns for the current tax year; lien perfection information: recorded mortgages and assignments and vehicle titles; the completed self-employed questionnaire; any other documentation we request to verify information provided in the schedules. 11 USC 1308 requires the debtor to file all required tax returns for tax periods ending within four years of the debtor’s filing date prior to the 341 meeting.  The code speaks to tax period (typically Jan-Dec) not IRS due date (typically April 15).  For 341 meetings after February 15th of any given year, taxes thru the most recent December are required.

If necessary, translation services are available for free for this meeting. Please Contact Us to assist you in setting that up.

The time and location of the 341 meeting was given to you on the notice you were mailed of the bankruptcy filing. The location of the meeting is based on where the person filing lives. Press here to see a guide of locations based on county lived in. If you lost the notice and you have ECF access you can look it up on the following link US Bankruptcy Court. We do not keep the "official" calendar of 341 meetings but you can see our latest schedule by pressing one of the links in the table below. If you are a debtor or a creditor and cannot make a scheduled 341 date contact the debtor's attorney. If you are an attorney or pro se and cannot make a schedule date, see our Attorney FAQ Page to reschedule.

Press a link below to see upcoming 341 schedules

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Eau Claire
US Bankruptcy Court, Federal Courthouse

500 S Barstow Street

Eau Claire , WI 54701

Eau Claire MapQuest link

La Crosse/Onalaska
Common Council Chambers

City Hall

400 La Crosse Street

La Crosse, WI 54601-3374

LaCrosse MapQuest link

Beginning January 2016:

Onalaska City Hall
415 Main Street
Onalaska, WI 54650

Onalaska Google Map link

US Trustee's Office

Suite 307

780 Regent Street

Madison, WI 53715

Madison 341 MapQuest link

see Wausau below
Metro Center Board Meeting Room 204A

1316 North 14th Street

Superior, WI 54880

Superior MapQuest link

Wausau (Rothschild)
Rothschild Village Hall

211 Grand Avenue

Rothschild, WI 54474-1173

Wausau MapQuest link


Click here for a list of practice pointers that generally apply to cases and 341 meetings in this district.



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