My actual presence at my bankruptcy procedure in Michigan

Must I be present in court at the time of the procedure or is my attorney's presence enough?
Asked Sep 11, 2010
It's part of your attorney's job to make you aware of when you need to appear in court in any proceeding. In case he/she forgot, don't be afraid to ask.
Answered Sep 11, 2010
The attorney will tell you will you need your presence in the court.
Answered Nov 06, 2013
Its depend on what your attorney advice, But it is important that you have always open communication with your attorney
Answered Aug 18, 2014
Yes, I agree with the above comments, just wait of what your attorneys advice because its there obligations to inform there clients when to show up to court.
Answered Aug 19, 2014
Ask advice to your attorney or brows on the net, to know more knowledge about your problems.
Answered Sep 30, 2014
It is your attorneys obligation to defend on your side. Not all the time you need to appear in the court proceeding. But wait when the court order you to appear in the court its depend upon the request trial. Much better to consult your lawyer for a proper advices.
Answered Sep 30, 2014
Yes , I agree you must ask your attorney , then plan for the next step.
Answered Oct 02, 2014
Yeah! your right guys, let your lawyer do for it. All things will be setting up with your bankruptcy advisers.
Answered Oct 08, 2014
Yes ,true be guided with a attorney to be settle your problem.
Answered Nov 29, 2014
Yes., I agree settle your problem with attorney advice.
Answered Jan 11, 2015
Yes you must, you must know what's going on.
Answered Jan 16, 2015

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