In cases where the parties have filed a joint statement of dispute and thereafter resolve their dispute prior to the entry of the order approving the joint statement of dispute (either through the filing of an amended plan or otherwise), the joint statement of dispute should be withdrawn by the filing party in order to notify the Court that the matter is resolved and that consideration of the order approving the joint statement of dispute is no longer necessary.
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Effective June 12, 2012 chapter 13 cases assigned to Judge Duncan will be subject to revised confirmation hearing procedures. Attorneys representing debtors and/or creditors should become familiar with and follow the new procedures which can be found in the Chambers Guidelines section of the Court's website. A new form "Plan Summary in Lieu of Hearing (Judge Duncan)" can be found in both the Chambers Guidelines and Local Forms sections of the website. This form is available as both a Word document and as a fillable form. The form is to be filed using the CM/ECF docket event "Plan Summary in Lieu of Hearing (Judge Duncan)" available under the Plan menu of CM/ECF. Questions concerning the new procedures may be directed to Dawn Hardesty, Judge Duncan's Law Clerk.