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What should the debtor do if he or she moves while the case is pending?

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What should the debtor do if he or she moves while the case is pending?

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The debtor should immediately notify our office in writing of the new address so we can notify the Chapter 13 Trustee and the court. Most communications in a Chapter 13 case are by mail, and if the debtor fails to receive an order of the court or a notice from the Chapter 13 Trustee because of an incorrect address, the case may be dismissed.

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The debtor should immediately notify the bankruptcy court and the chapter 13 trustee in writing of the new address. Or if the debtor is represented by an attorney, he or she should notify the attorney who will send notice to the court and trustee. Most communications in a chapter 13 case are by mail, and if the debtor fails to receive an order of the court or a notice from the chapter 13 trustee because of an incorrect address, the case may be dismissed. Many courts have change-of-address forms that may be used if the debtor moves. Back to Top 44. What if the debtor later decides to discontinue the chapter 13 case? The debtor has the right to either dismiss a chapter 13 case or convert it to a chapter 7 case at any time for any reason. However, if the debtor simply stops making the required chapter 13 payments, the court may compel the debtor or the debtors employer to make the payments and to comply with the orders of the court.

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The debtor, through his attorney, should immediately notify the bankruptcy court and the chapter 13 trustee of the new address. Most communications in a chapter 13 case are by mail. If the debtor fails to receive an order of the court or a notice from the chapter 13 trustee, because of an incorrect address, the case may be dismissed. Top • What if the debtor later decides to discontinue the Chapter 13 case? The debtor has the right to either dismiss a chapter 13 case or convert it to chapter 7 at any time for any reason. However, if the debtor simply stops making the required chapter 13 payments, the court may compel the debtor or the debtor’s employer to make the payments. The debtor who wishes to discontinue a chapter 13 case should do so through his or her attorney. Top • What happens if a debtor is unable to complete the Chapter 13 payments? A debtor who is unable to complete the chapter 13 payments has three options: • dismiss the Chapter 13 case, • convert the Chapter 13 case to

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The debtor should immediately notify the bankruptcy court and the chapter 13 trustee in writing of the new address. Most communications in a chapter 13 case are by mail, and if the debtor fails to receive an order of the court or a notice from the chapter 13 trustee because of an incorrect address, the case may be dismissed. Many courts have change-of-address forms that may be used if the debtor moves.

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The debtor should immediately notify his/her attorney, the bankruptcy court and the chapter 13 trustee in writing of the new address. Most communications in a chapter 13 case are by mail, and if the debtor fails to receive an order of the court or a notice from the chapter 13 trustee because of an incorrect address, the case may be dismissed.

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