15 Feb Charlotte Chapter 13 Creditor Meetings Location
The location of Charlotte NC bankruptcy Chapter 13 Creditor Meetings moved from the Chapter 13 Trustee’s office to the United States Bankruptcy Administrator’s Office at 402 West Trade St, Charlotte NC 28202. Chapter 13 creditor meetings are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays about 2 times a month in Charlotte.
Creditor meetings for Chapter 7 are also held at this location, on Chapter 7 days (normally always on Wednesday, and every week.)
The Charlotte bankruptcy creditor’s meeting room is in the building is across from the United States Federal Courthouse. It is on the 2nd floor towards the back of the building. Chapter 7 Creditor Meetings are normally also held at this same location.
Some metered parking is available on the street in front (from 9am – 4pm) and around the building on surrounding blocks. There are several parking lots within the blocks surrounding the area. You should bring change for the meters for up to 2 hours for 2 dollars, or dollar bills for parking lots, which can be a few dollars to $10+.
There is no reserved handicap parking, however you may be able to find parking at one of the metered spaces directly outside the front door of the building if you arrive early enough. If they are filled, you may need to be dropped of and let someone else park the car further away. An elevator is available inside to take you upstairs to the meeting room.
Do not confuse the Federal Courthouse with the Mecklenburg County Courthouse on East Trade Street. If you have served on a state law jury, had to deal with tax issues, a traffic or state criminal case or look up your property deed, you were probably at the County Courthouse at the corner of 4th Street and McDowell Street in downtown Charlotte. The Federal Courthouse is at the other end of Trade Street, nearer to I-77.
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