IMPORTANT NOTICE: INFORMATION RELATING TO YOUR CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY CASE WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET TO YOUR CREDITORS AND OTHER PARTIES IN INTEREST.
The Trustee has a duty to provide information about the administration of your bankruptcy case as requested by parties in interest unless the United States Bankruptcy Court orders otherwise. 11 U.S.C. §§ 1302(b)(1) and 704(a)(7).
To satisfy this duty, the Trustee will make the following information available to parties in interest who request the information:
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. Your employer’s name will not be displayed.
Information regarding claims filed in 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.
A history of all payments you make to the Trustee in your bankruptcy case, including the date and amount of each payment.
A history of all disbursements made by the 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, please contact the Trustee’s office.
The URL address where your information is posted is www.ndc.org, which is operated by the National Data Center, Inc. (NDC). NDC Debtor Support is available Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Pacific Time (except on major holidays).
To login to the National Data Center website, please visit: www.ndc.org
Attorneys and Creditors
The Trustee is the appointed Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Western District of Washington at Seattle, vested with the duties as set forth in 11 U.S.C. § 1302(b), including the duty to provide information concerning debtors, estates and the administration of these estates.
The Trustee maintains records and files in computerized form. The Trustee permits approved internet access for the purpose of viewing and inspecting files of debtors for selected information regarding receipts and disbursements of funds to those who are a party in interest.
Attorneys and Creditors
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