Through our administration of Chapter 13 cases, we assist and support the bankruptcy community, including debtors, creditors, attorneys and the judiciary.
We perform the statutory duties of a bankruptcy trustee, furnish accurate and timely information, and facilitate communication.Through our efforts we
We provide quality service which satisfies customer needs in a consistent and dependable manner.
Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code provides a set of tools for individuals with regular income to repay their debts, using future income to fund a
plan approved by a bankruptcy judge.
Marilyn O. Marshall is appointed as standing trustee and supervised by the U.S. Trustee Program, which is part of the U.S. Department of Justice. Marilyn O. Marshall is one of three standing trustees appointed to administer all the Chapter 13 cases initiated in this region of Illinois. The trustee offices are private businesses funded by administrative fees taken on the money disbursed to creditors on behalf of debtors filing Chapter 13 cases.
|2||Judge and trustee assigned to case|
|3||Trustee sends notice of bankuptcy to creditors|
|4||Debtor begins plan payments to the trustee|
|5||Creditors file proofs of claim|
|Case is confirmed||Trustee pays creditors||Debtor and trustee are discharged|
|Case confirmation is denied||Case is dismissed||Trustee is discharged|
The mission of our office is to serve the bankruptcy community, including debtors, creditors, attorneys, judges and the clerk of the court. The Confirmation Process supports the bankruptcy community by performing the statutory duties of a bankruptcy trustee, aiding in the successful completion of chapter 13 plans by debtors and by enhancing the value of bankruptcy administration through quality service.
|(1)||Original §341 meeting dates|
|(2)||Original confirmation hearing dates|
|(3)||Motions to dismiss for failure to:||(a) Make payments|
|(b) File documents|
|(c) Confirm the case|
The focus of the disbursement process is providing accurate and timely repayment to creditors under the guidelines established by the bankruptcy code and the U. S. Trustee program. Our office disburses funds to creditors on the third Friday of each month. Creditors can find out about receiving their payments via Electronic Fund Transfer.
The focus of the budget and audit processes is meeting the guidelines established by the U. S. Trustee program. Internal audit controls are established and maintained in order to preserve the accuracy and integrity of our financial data.
The mission of our office is to serve the bankruptcy community-debtors, creditors, attorneys and the judges and staff of the Bankruptcy Court. Our organization's success depends on quality customer service, which is everyone's responsibility.
Quality customer service satisfies customer needs in a consistent and dependable manner. It is the customer's perception of how good the service is that counts. The measurement is customer satisfaction.
The mission of our office is to serve the bankruptcy community, including debtors, creditors, attorneys, judges and the clerk of the court. Technology Services establishes and maintains information systems. These systems support our employees who provide accurate and timely information to the bankruptcy community.