The Michael H. Meyer Chapter 13 Trusteeship is closed to the public until further notice. We will answer or return phone calls as time is available. We are processing cases and receipts and will disburse to creditors at the end of the month. Important notes below.
Our office has received many phone calls from debtors asking what to do about making the monthly payments. Debtors should talk to their attorneys about their options and the best course of action based on their situation. The trustee does not have the authority to waive payments required by the bankruptcy court's orders.
The U.S. Trustee Program has extended the requirement that section 341 meetings be conducted only through alternative means not requiring in-person appearance to all cases filed through October 10, 2020. Appropriate notice will be provided to parties in accordance with bankruptcy law and rules.
On May 15, 2020, the judges for the Eastern District of California issued General Order 20-03 which provides procedures for a debtor that has received a Forbearance from their lender to have the Chapter 13 trustee administer the Forbearance like a Notice of Payment Change and reduce not only the payment to the mortgage creditor, but also the payment required under the Chapter 13 plan. Click here to read the General Order.
Please visit this website often for updated information.
Michael H. Meyer Chapter 13 Trustee
Effective February 1, 2020, you will no longer access case information through Bankruptcy Link (www.bankruptcylink.com). Instead, case information will be provided through 13Network (www.13network.com). If you wish to view case information through the new site, you must first complete a Computer Access Agreement. If you are an existing Bankruptcy Link user, you must complete a new Computer Access Agreement in order to gain access to case information through 13Network.
Notice: This web site is provided with the understanding that the Chapter 13 Trustee Office is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional services. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent person should be sought.