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You may not be expected to attend a bankruptcy court hearing, but it is possible. If needed, your bankruptcy attorney in Chicago can help you prepare or join you. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you won’t need to go before a judge unless a complaint has been filed or you want to reaffirm a debt, such as the loan to your car.

Watch the video to see a real court proceeding wherein a judge discusses alternatives and consequences to reaffirming a debt.