Serving the Mobile, Alabama Area
(251) 478-5713

William J. Casey, II    Attorney at Law, P.C.   

3208 Cottage Hill Road, Mobile, AL 36606
Copyright © William J. Casey, P.C. All Rights Reserved.Website Design & Hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

Debtor Duties

What you need to do to make it work 1. Appear punctually at the meeting of creditors ( also called the “ 341 meeting “ ). 2. Make the required payments to Trustee and to such creditors as are being paid directly, or, if the required payments cannot be made, to notify the Attorney immediately 3. Notify the Attorney immediately of any change in Debtor’s address or telephone number. 4. Inform the Attorney immediately of any wage garnishment, liens or levies on assets that occur or continue after the filing of the case. 5. Contact the Attorney ‘immediately’ if Debtor loses employment, is “laid off” from work or has any significant change in income; experiences any other significant change in financial situation, including serious illness, or personal injury. We can file a motion to extend payments or suspend payments to help you get through a bad situation. 6. Notify the Attorney immediately if Debtor is sued or wishes to file a lawsuit, including divorce , matters regarding personal or property injury ( including any worker’s compensation matters ). 7. Inform the Attorney immediately if any tax refunds to which Debtor is entitled are seized or not received when due from the IRS or Alabama Department of Revenue. 8. Contact the Attorney before buying, refinancing, or contracting to sell real property, and before entering into any loan agreement. You may need to get Court approval

William Casey Law

Serving the Mobile, Alabama Area

William J. Casey, II   Attorney at Law, P.C.

3208 Cottage Hill Road, Mobile, AL 36606
Copyright © William J. Casey, P.C. All Rights Reserved. Website Design & Hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

Debtor Duties

What you need to do to make it work 1. Appear punctually at the meeting of creditors ( also called the “ 341 meeting “ ). 2. Make the required payments to Trustee and to such creditors as are being paid directly, or, if the required payments cannot be made, to notify the Attorney immediately 3. Notify the Attorney immediately of any change in Debtor’s address or telephone number. 4. Inform the Attorney immediately of any wage garnishment, liens or levies on assets that occur or continue after the filing of the case. 5. Contact the Attorney ‘immediately’ if Debtor loses employment, is “laid off” from work or has any significant change in income; experiences any other significant change in financial situation, including serious illness, or personal injury. We can file a motion to extend payments or suspend payments to help you get through a bad situation. 6. Notify the Attorney immediately if Debtor is sued or wishes to file a lawsuit, including divorce , matters regarding personal or property injury ( including any worker’s compensation matters ). 7. Inform the Attorney immediately if any tax refunds to which Debtor is entitled are seized or not received when due from the IRS or Alabama Department of Revenue. 8. Contact the Attorney before buying, refinancing, or contracting to sell real property, and before entering into any loan agreement. You may need to get Court approval

William Casey Law