To make a payment, print your case number and name clearly on your money order or cashier's check, and make payable to:
IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHAPTER 13 PLAN
The Chapter 13 Trustee's Office does not accept cash or payments in the office. For you convenience a drop box has been provided in the lobby of our office building at 5350 Poplar Avenue.
You are responsible for making your payments until your employer starts the deductions. If you can not make your payment you must notify your attorney. Non-payment may result in your case being dismissed.
You must attend your first meeting of creditors. Failure to attend this meeting will result in your case being dismissed.
Be sure to bring your vehicle insurance declaration pages with your lienholder listed as the loss payee.
You may not buy anything on credit while you are in your Chapter 13 without the Court's permission.
You may not sell, trade, or give away any real estate or other property of value without the Court's permission.
Tell your attorney every time you change your address or employment.
If you are contacted by a creditor after your plan is filed, give the creditor your case number and attorney's name, then notify your attorney.