Notice Of Conditional Dismissal For Failure To Make Payments To Trustee
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FORM E-5 (revised 12/01/09)
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA
Adjustment of Debts
NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL DISMISSAL
FOR FAILURE TO MAKE PAYMENTS TO TRUSTEE
NOTICE is hereby given of the motion of Helen M. Morris, Trustee, praying for dismissal of
the above-styled case for the failure of the Debtor(s) to make the payments to the Trustee required
by their Chapter 13 plan.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that an order mey be entered dismissing the Chapter 13 petition
: (1) all delinquent payments are made to
of the above-named Debtor(s), unless by
the Trustee; (2) a payment plan that will cure all defaults is accepted by the Trustee; or (3) the
Debtor(s): (a) voluntarily convert this case to a case under Chapter 7; (b) file a motion for hardship
discharge; or (c) move for other appropriate relief.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO DEBTORS
You have failed to make the payments to the Trustee required by your Chapter 13 plan. If you are
represented by counsel, contact your attorney immediately. To prevent dismissal of your case you
must do one of the following by the above date:
Submit all delinquent payments to the Trustee, Helen M. Morris, who shall notify the Court
that such payment has been made; or
Obtain approval of the Chapter 13 Trustee of a payment schedule that cures all payment
arrearage that have occurred since your Chapter 13 Plan was filed or confirmed and file a
written statement with the Clerk that such approval has been obtained; or
File: (a) notice of voluntary conversion of this case to a liquidation case under Chapter 7 of
the Bankruptcy Code; (b) motion for hardship discharge; or (c) response to the Trustee’s
motion, requesting relief appropriate to your circumstances. Such pleadings must be filed
by your attorney; if you are not represented by an attorney, contact the Trustee.
M. Jo Proops
Clerk, U.S. Bankruptcy Court
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