We hope that this site will provide you with general information regarding the office and the bankruptcy process. My staff and I look forward to working with all of you through the life of the plan. We are committed to maintaining a standard of excellence in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy administration while protecting the interest of the parties.
The Bankruptcy Court and Legal Aid Center of Nevada has complied the following:
- U.S. Courts Bankruptcy Basics
- Nevada Legal Aid - Bankruptcy Informational Videos
- Bankruptcy Terminology
- Official Bankruptcy Forms
- Local Bankruptcy Forms
- Federal Bankruptcy Rules
- Local Bankruptcy Rules
- Administrative and General Orders
Every debtor must attend a 341 meeting of creditors. At this meeting, the Trustee and Creditors have an opportunity to question the debtor about their finances and the information filed with the court. You must bring government issued documentation to establish your identity and your social security number. Most people bring their driver's license and social security card.
In Nevada, a Chapter 13 Debtor may elect to enter into the Mortgage Modification Mediation program. This program was designed to allow debtors to explore mortgage modification options with their lenders for real property. Click here to learn more.
If you move, or your address changes for any reason, you must file Local Form 4002 Change of Address of Debtor with the Bankruptcy Court. This form is can be found here.
When you file your Chapter 13, your creditors are prohibited from taking any action against you. In exchange for that protection, you must complete your obligation under your plan. One of those obligations is making your payments to the Trustee on time. If you miss payments, the Trustee cannot pay your creditors as called for by your plan and the Trustee is obligated to file a motion to dismiss with the Bankruptcy Court. If you have a major change in your circumstances, you should notify your attorney at once. Your attorney can re-evaluate your financial situation and, if appropriate, modify your plan to reflect the changed circumstances. This process can take several weeks, so be sure to contact your attorney immediately if you foresee any problem making your payments.
Annually, the Trustee will send you a complete record of all receipts and disbursements. It will tell you exactly how much money the Trustee has received and what distributions have been made in your case. You may also monitor your case online at www.ndc.org.
TFS makes your trustee payments easy. Never miss a payment again. With TFS you can easily monitor your payments from the convenience and privacy of your home computer, avoid the time and expense of cashier checks and money orders, and automate your Chapter 13 payments online. There are 3 convenient ways to make payments using TFS Bill Pay.
Payments can also be made with a Cashier's Check or Money Order. Please note that this is the least secure way of making a payment. Cashier's Checks or Money Orders should be made payable to Rick A. Yarnall, Ch 13 Trustee, contain your name and case number, and mailed to:
Rick A. Yarnall
P.O. Box 1482
Memphis, TN 38101-1482
TFS provides an easy-to-use online payment option for monthly bankruptcy payments. Click here for more information.
TFS enables you to make your monthly bankruptcy payments at any of the over 39,000 MoneyGram locations. Click here for more information.
TFS eWage allows you to pay your monthly bankruptcy payments through payroll deduction without alerting your employer of your bankruptcy case. TFS eWage must be set up through your attorney. Click here for more information.
|341 Hearing Dates||Confirmation Hearings|
|October 3, 2023||September 28, 2023|
|October 17, 2023||October 12, 2023|
|October 31, 2023||October 26, 2023|
|November 14, 2023||November 9, 2023|
|November 28, 2023||December 7, 2023|
|December 12, 2023|
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