Are cases that are filed by someone pro se normally prepared for their Meeting of Creditors?

Response from Michael Cotter, Chapter 13 Trustee for the Eastern District of Virginia:

"Typically, the pro se Debtor is largely prepared to answer only those questions which are directed to the specific information supplied by the Debtor and such answers are based upon the Debtor’s understanding, often flawed, of these questions. Beyond that, the typical pro se Debtor is simply not able to answer questions about their case, their proposed Plan,and their Schedules."

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Edrie Pfeiffer, Bankruptcy & Divorce Attorney