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GENERAL INFORMATION

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.

  • Your first payment should begin immediately.
  • Your first payment should begin immediately.

GEORGE W. STEVENSON

5350 POPLAR AVENUE

SUITE 500

MEMPHIS, TN 38119

  • Your first payment should begin immediately.

  • To make a payment, print your case number and name clearly on  your money order or cashier's check, and make payable to: