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Annette C Crawford
Chapter 13 Trustee
P.O. Box 2159
Memphis, TN 38101-2159

Office Hours

Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Office Phone (225) 928-2531

Case Information Administrator:

Elise – ext. 203
(Cases ending 00 to 99)

Case Administrators:

Sierra – ext. 211
(Cases ending 00 to 49)

Laura – ext. 204
(Cases ending 50 to 99)

Marsha – ext. 209

Other:
Gin – ext. 207
Amanda – ext. 214
Debbie – ext. 208

Annette C. Crawford
8778 Goodwood Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Phone: (225) 928-2531
Fax: (225) 928-3237
acrawford@annettecrawford.com

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PAYMENT ADDRESS:
Annette C. Crawford
Chapter 13 Trustee
P.O. Box 2159
Memphis, TN 38101-2159

Debtors unable to be payroll deducted: Monthly plan payments can now be made electronically through TFS Bill Pay.

TO LEARN MORE AND ENROLL IN AN AUTOMATED PAYMENT PLAN, CLICK THE LINK BELOW:

TFS Bill Pay/SIGN UP

 

FOR INTERNET CASE ACCESS, CLICK THE LINK BELOW:

INTERNET CASE ACCESS

 

TO REQUEST A LOGIN FOR INTERNET CASE ACCESS, CLICK THE LINK BELOW:

REQUEST A LOGIN

 

It is the responsibility of the debtor to advise the offices of both the Trustee and debtor attorney as to any changes in address, phone number, place of employment, marital status, and any other matter affecting your ability to perform under the plan.

PAYOFF FOR A CASE

The actual payoff in a case is all of the unpaid claims plus trustee commission if the case is to be paid off prior to 60 months for above median income cases. For below median income cases, the actual payoff is the unpaid claims balances plus trustee commission if requested prior to month 36.  Debtors must contact their attorney concerning receiving a payoff in the case. Remember, no money may be borrowed during the case without court authority.

TAX REFUNDS AND TAX RETURNS

You must provide the Trustee with a copy of your federal tax return every year of your case.  Deliver the tax return to your attorney’s office who will email it to the Trustee’s office.

All tax refunds during your entire case must be turned over to the Trustee.  Failure to turn the refund over to the Trustee immediately will result in your case being dismissed and will also result in a limitation of your ability to file future bankruptcy cases.