- Trustee's Administration Fee
Posted on: 5/28/2013
Effective May 31, 2013, the Trustee's administration fee is 4.2%.
- New Form Chapter 13 Plan effective April 15, 2013
Posted on: 4/11/2013 4:06:00 PM
On March 14, 2013, the Bankruptcy Judges for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division (Cleveland) entered Administrative Order No. 13-02, which adopts the New Form Plan for Chapter 13 Cases filed in Cleveland. Administrative Order No. 13-02 indicates that it will be mandatory for all new cases filed on or after April 15, 2013 to use the new Form Plan. The new Form Plan can be found in the Library section of this website as well as on the website for the Bankruptcy Court.
- Authorization for Electronic Funds Transfer
Posted on: 4/11/2013
At this time, the Trustee’s office is offering practicing Chapter 13 Attorneys the ability to receive monthly attorney fee disbursements through an electronic fund transfer. Please contact Kelly Barton of the Trustee’s office to request an “Authorization for Electronic Funds Transfer” form.
- Viewing the new Chapter 13 Plan effective April 15, 2013 from the Trustee's website
Posted on: 4/11/2013
When viewing the PDF version of the new Form Chapter 13 Plan effective April 15, 2013 from the Chapter 13 Trustee’s website, the Plan can only be viewed using Internet Explorer.
- Chapter 13 Trustee Fee in Unconfirmed cases that are either Dismissed or Converted
Posted on: 9/13/2012
The Chapter 13 Trustee fee in unconfirmed cases that are either dismissed or converted will be changing effective October 1, 2012.
Currently, the Cleveland Chapter 13 Trustee’s office collects a $45.00 fee. Under new rules established by the United States Trustee, Chapter 13 Trustees will now collect their allowed percentage fee based on the funds received from the debtor instead of a fixed fee.
- Automatic Plan Payment Option
Posted on: 12/3/2009
For debtors who are self-employed or on a fixed income, the Trustee
offers a payment program whereby Plan payments are automatically
deducted each month from your checking or savings account. You may
contact your attorney or the Trustee's office for information regarding the