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  1. You said E-Orders was built into CM/ECF. Don't we already submit proposed orders through CM/ECF?

    Type:  E-Orders FAQ Answer:  Yes, currently proposed orders are filed through CM/ECF. However, currently they are submitted just like any other document in CM/ECF (i.e., motions, responses, statements, etc.). This has several disadvantages such as taking up space on the docket sheet, less flexibility when ...

    brittain - 09/12/2012 - 15:02

  2. What changes will I need to make?

    Type:  E-Orders FAQ Answer:  There are 2 changes you will need to make when E-Orders goes live: Where you go to upload proposed orders Proposed orders will be submitted using the Order Upload link available on the Bankruptcy and Adversary main menus. How you format proposed orders Leave 3 inches of blank ...

    brittain - 09/12/2012 - 14:30

  3. What are the formatting requirements for proposed orders submitted through E-Orders?

    Type:  E-Orders FAQ Answer:  Proposed orders should be submitted with 3 inches of blank space at the top of the first page of the order. You should also include the words "END OF DOCUMENT" just below the last paragraph on the last page of the order. Here is a sample proposed order ...

    brittain - 09/12/2012 - 14:24

  4. When does E-Orders go into effect?

    Type:  E-Orders FAQ Answer:  E-Orders will go live on October 1st, 2012. ...

    brittain - 09/12/2012 - 14:00

  5. What are the benefits of E-Orders?

    Type:  E-Orders FAQ Answer:  There are several benefits: Attorneys and trustees can check the status of proposed orders that have been uploaded. Attorneys and trustees can replace an uploaded order with a revised order when necessary. E-Orders is built into CM/ECF. Attorneys and trustees will already ...

    brittain - 09/12/2012 - 14:00

  6. What is E-Orders?

    Type:  E-Orders FAQ Answer:  E-Orders is a program that allows attorneys and trustees to submit proposed orders electronically, and provides judges with the ability to review and sign these orders. ...

    brittain - 09/12/2012 - 14:42

  7. At the time of filing my claim, I do not know the amount that is due. How do I enter “Unknown” in the amount for the claim?

    Type:  Electronic POC FAQ Answer:  In the amount box, enter: 0.00. Attach documentation to the claim explaining the reason that the 00.00 was entered. Once you know the amount of the claim, file an amended claim.  The amount on the B10 that is produced will state "See Attachments". ...

    brittain - 06/28/2013 - 11:25

  8. How will I know the treatment of my claim by the Chapter 13 Trustee?

    Type:  Electronic POC FAQ Answer:  Check the website of the Chapter 13 Trustee assigned to the case or contact the Chapter 13 Trustee’s office. To access the Chapter 13 Trustee websites, go to www.13network.com and select the Trustee office assigned to the case. The Trustees are listed by state. Access to ...

    brittain - 08/03/2012 - 10:44

  9. If my claim has been paid, should I file a Withdrawal of Claim?

    Type:  Electronic POC FAQ Answer:  No. A withdrawal of claim is typically filed when the claim was filed in error and there are no funds due the creditor from the estate. If you file a withdrawal of claim in a case where you have received distributions from the Trustee, the Trustee’s office will ...

    brittain - 08/03/2012 - 10:44

  10. I need to amend a claim that was originally filed with the Chapter 13 Trustee’s office. When I check the box on the form to indicate the amendment, the claim number assigned to the original claim by the Trustee’s office does not appear in the box. What do

    Type:  Electronic POC FAQ Answer:  All Chapter 13 claims filed before July 1, 2008, are on record in the Chapter 13 Trustee’s office but are not recorded on the Court’s claims registers. If you know the date your original claim was filed with the Trustee’s office, you may enter that information. If ...

    brittain - 08/03/2012 - 10:43

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