The meeting is definitely not the place to raise objections.

Few of my creditors didn't attend the creditor's meeting. Can any of them create a problem with the bankruptcy discharge? Can they file objections with court later on?

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Yes, attendance in the creditor's meeting isn't required for them to object to the bankruptcy discharge. The meeting is definitely not the place to raise objections. They usually have 60 days time period after the initial meeting to file objections against the discharge.


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