Kane County 341 Trustee Preferences

The preferences identified in the following charts are for informational purposes only and merely reflect a particular trustee's preferences. It does not expand or limit a trustee's discretion, nor does it expand or limit a debtor's duties to produce statutorily required information. If you have a question about the information in the chart, contact the trustee.

Kane County
Trustee Name List the preferred method for debtors to transmit the tax return, pay stubs and additional documents to you. State any informal practices you have established - e.g., meeting continued if documents not received within 48 hours of meeting, etc.
Elizabeth Berg Prefers documents by email to: bergtrustee@baldiberg.com and jmanola@baldiberg.com with debtor name and case number in subject line. Will also accept fax and U.S. mail. Meeting generally continued if documents are not received at least 7 business days before meeting date.
Charlie Myler Prefers documents by U.S. mail. Does not have informal practices regarding this documentation. Generally telephones the debtor's attorney to determine why the documentation has not been received. If it has not been received we continue the meeting, not too concerned about the 48 hour rule as long as the material are received by the Friday before the first meeting.
Roy A. Safanda Prefers documents by U.S. mail. Meeting is generally continued if tax returns and/or pay stubs are not received at least 48 hours in advance.
Thomas Springer Prefers email sent to: testrustee@springerbrown.com (in subject line please include case #, case name and meeting date) Meeting generally continued if documents (tax returns and/or pay advices) not received 7 days prior to meeting date.
Joseph R. Voiland Prefers documents by U.S. Mail. Meeting generally continued if documents are not received prior to meeting date.