The first bankruptcy plan payment is due 30 days after the date the bankruptcy petition is filed. Subsequent payments are due on the same day of each month thereafter.

For example, if the bankruptcy petition was filed on April 15th, then every payment thereafter will be due on the 15th of each month.

There are three options in which a bankruptcy plan payment may be made: regular mail, ePay with TFS, and ACH authorization. Please read below for more information regarding each option.
  • Debtors may make their monthly bankruptcy plan payment via cashier's check, certified check, or money order. The Trustee's office does NOT accept personal checks. Please follow the instructions below for submitting a plan payment via regular mail.
  • *NOTE: Failure to follow the instructions may result in bankruptcy plan payments not being received and/or returned.
  • 1. All cashier's checks or money orders must be made out to: "Nancy Curry Chapter 13 Trustee." Checks and money orders made out to "Bankruptcy Trustee" or anything other than "Nancy Curry Chapter 13 Trustee" WILL NOT be accepted.
  • 2. The debtor's name and bankruptcy case number must be listed on the payment. Failure to do so will result in the payment being returned. Please view the images below as examples of how to properly make out the payment:
  • 3. Payments sent to the Trustee's office in Los Angeles will not be accepted. Bankruptcy plan payments must be sent to the following address:

    • Nancy Curry Chapter 13 Trustee
      PO BOX 1403
      Memphis, TN 38101
  • Debtors may make their monthly bankruptcy plan payment online via TFS. With TFS, the debtor is required to create an account, which will allow them to schedule, view, and manage their bankruptcy plan payments. TFS is not free; however, the fees are dependent upon the amount of your plan payment. Please click here to view the TFS fees. For more information and/or to register with TFS, please click the button below.
  • Debtors may make their monthly bankruptcy plan payment online via ACH Authorization. With the ACH Authorization option, the debtor's monthly bankruptcy plan payment is automatically deducted from their bank account. Unlike ePay, the debtor cannot schedule, view, and manage their bankruptcy plan payments online using ACH Authorization. ACH Authorization is free to use. To get started, please follow the instructions below:
  • 1. Click here to download the ACH Authorization form.
  • 2. Complete the form. Include a VOIDED check.
  • 3. The completed ACH Authorization form and voided check must be sent to the address below. ACH Authorization forms sent without the VOIDED check will not be accepted.

    • Nancy Curry Chapter 13 Trustee
      1000 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 870
      Los Angeles, CA 90017