K. Edward Safir, Standing Chapter 13 Trustee
Information regarding your bankruptcy case can be accessed on the National Data Center's website. This website resource has been made available by your Chapter 13 Trustee to give you the latest information as you carry out your Chapter 13 payment plan. Turn to the National Data Center (NDC) for peace of mind about your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
- Notice is hereby given that information relating to your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case will be made available on the internet to your creditors and other parties in interest. Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 1302(b)(1) and 704(7), your Chapter 13 Trustee has a duty, unless otherwise ordered by the Bankruptcy Court, to furnish information concerning the administration of your bankruptcy case as is requested by parties in interest.
- In furtherance of this duty, the Chapter 13 Trustee will make information available to parties in interest who request such information:
- 1) Your name, address, bankruptcy case number, state and district in which your case is pending, and the Trustee assigned to your case. Your Social Security Number will not be visible to parties in interest, but they will be able to search for your bankruptcy case using your Social Security Number. Furthermore, your employer's name will not be displayed.
- 2) Information regarding claims filed against your bankruptcy case including the identity of the claimant, the type of claim (e.g., priority taxes, secured, unsecured, etc.), and the amount of the claim.
- 3) A history of all payments you make to the Chapter 13 Trustee in your bankruptcy case including the date and amount of each payment.
- 4) A history of all disbursements made by the Chapter 13 Trustee in your bankruptcy case including the date of the disbursement, the payee, and the amount.
- You may review, without charge, the information about your Chapter 13 bankruptcy case that is posted on the Internet. If you believe the information about your bankruptcy case is inaccurate, you can contact the NDC to report the error and you should receive a written response from the NDC within thirty (30) days following receipt of such report.