CHANGE IN OFFICE HOURS FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS AND CLASSES!
We are closed to the public pursuant to the Governor’s Order to practice social distancing until May 1, 2020
If you have any other questions please contact the staff attorney listed above who is responsible for that case as determined by the judge assigned to it.
Please be mindful that there is a heightened emphasis to agree to matters in advance of court in order to minimize everyone's potential exposure to the coronavirus through social contacts by reducing our time in court.
Monthly disbursements will remain unchanged and continue to take place on the last business day of the month.
Judge Cox will be hearing her March 16, 23 and 30th 2020 calls in room 2525 at 219 S. Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois 60604.
Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during this time period.
The trustee’s office will NEVER
call you REQUESTING personal information
or DEMANDING you to make a payment.
All of our correspondence will be done
through US Mail or via electronic means such
If you receive a suspicious telephone call
or e-mail, you should contact your attorney
|Office Hours:||9:00am to 5:00pm|
|Correspondence||55 East Monroe St., Suite 3850|
|Address:||Chicago, IL 60603|
|Payment||Tom Vaughn, Trustee|
|Address:||P.O. Box 588|
|Memphis, TN 38101-0588|
|Phone Number:||(312) 294-5900|
|Fax Number:||(312) 341-7168|
|January 1, 2020
Tax Return Policy
|Trustee will no longer recommend plans that require debtors to turnover tax refunds each year to trustee. Instead, where it is anticipated that debtor will receive a refund in excess of $1,200 trustee will expect to see the refund pro rated on Schedule I. If it is not pro rated, then trustee will expect to see plan payments increased by the pro rated amount of the refund.
Debtors who are not proposing 100% repayment to unsecured creditors shall be required to turnover copies of their federal income tax returns each year to trustee. The language below is to be inserted in Part 2.3 of the plan on the last line after checking the box.
|TAX RETURN LANGUAGE|
|Debtor(s) shall submit a copy of their federal income tax return
to the Trustee each year, beginning with the tax return for the tax year in which this case was filed, no later than April 20th.
Staff Attorneys are currently assigned
to the following judges:
|Please listen carefully as our menu options have recently changed. Please call 312-294-5900 if you need to speak directly to any staff attorney.|
PLEASE NOTE: Beginning 9/1/2019, we will no longer accept taxes and related items via email. All documents submitted to the Trustee will need to be submitted via our portal. To access the portal, you will need a login and password which can be requested by sending an email to . You will receive a confirmation email which includes a link to the portal.
If you are a debtor attorney requesting a login, please include the law firm’s name and one of your case number when making your request. If you are a Pro-Se debtor requesting a login, please include your case number and state that you are representing yourself. Debtors, please submit your documents to your attorney.
Please note that the Trustee will only accept the following documents via the portal:
Questions or concerns for the
Trustee can be e-mailed to:
|The trustee's office offers an approved Personal Financial Management Instructional Course that is now required for discharge under the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. This course is available, free of charge, only to debtors assigned to this office. Please arrive at 9:45 am Monday – Thursday; the office is closed on federal holidays. Class begins at 10am and ends at 12pm. Registration is not necessary.|