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Online Case Information

In addition to this website, the Trustee provides online case information to creditors and debtors.

A debtor can view activity in his or her case, if desired, by accessing the website www.trustee13.com.  To access your account information, select Kara L. West as the trustee.  Enter your case number including the dash as the username (xx-xxxxx), and then enter the last four digits of the primary debtor’s social security number as the password.  Once you are signed in, you will see an accounting of all receipts into your case as well as all disbursements made to creditors.  This information is current as of the prior business day.

Note, this online case information cannot be used to estimate a payoff on your case.  Requests for the amount of money necessary to pay off your Chapter 13 case can only be supplied by the Trustee’s Office upon written request signed by you and your attorney.  Discuss the matter with your attorney so that the appropriate form can be sent to the Chapter 13 Trustee’s Office.

Additionally, please understand the following limitations on the online case information:

  1. It is comprised of data from the Trustee’s computerized database that has been transferred to a separate server generally within one to two business days of the close of business on any given Chapter 13 business day.  Therefore, it does not represent the most timely or complete information available to the Trustee.
  2. It contains information provided to the Trustee by third parties which has not been audited or verified by the Trustee.
  3. It does not necessarily reflect all work in process by the Trustee with respect to any particular case.
  4. It may not reflect the most current information that has been received by the Trustee or filed with the Court.

Any information given regarding the status of a case or claim is subject to court approval and is not legally binding.