The NACTT will provide a forum within which Chapter 13 Trustees will act as an information and communication resource to advance education, leadership, and continuous improvement in the administration of bankruptcy. We will provide the means to establish and implement professional standards and participate in the national legislative and administrative processes while promoting the highest ethical principles.
Welcome to the web site of the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees (NACTT).
The NACTT was founded by 34 Chapter XIII trustees in 1965. Currently, a little less than 200 Chapter 13 standing trustees serve in the 50 states and Puerto Rico. Today, the NACTT has grown to more than 1,000 members whose membership consists of trustees, bankruptcy judges, lawyers for debtors and creditors, certified public accountants and other insolvency related professionals.
Our organization is dedicated to the highest standards of education related to Chapter 13 bankruptcy and education is the focal point of the NACTT's annual seminar. Members of the NACTT receive the NACTT Quarterly, the official publication of the organization, and reduced rates on NACTT seminars. The Quarterly emphasizes local and national developments in Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Welcome New Trustee Lilian Tsang
Welcome New Trustee Thomas Frost
Welcome New Trustee Gregory Stefan
Welcome New Trustee Michael Koch
Welcome New Trustee Jennifer Cruseturner
Welcome New Trustee Angela Scolforo
Welcome New Trustee David Mawhinney
Courtney LC Waldrup, Executive Director
Information presented on this Web site is collected and maintained for the convenience of the reader. While every effort is made to keep such information accurate and up-to-date, the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees (NACTT) does not certify the authenticity of information herein that originates from third parties. NACTT shall under no circumstances be liable for any actions taken or omissions made in reliance on any information herein from whatever source or any other consequences of any such reliance.
The NACTT has launched a public financial literacy education project to help Americans learn more about personal finance and bankruptcy when they need it the most. The Bankruptcy & Finance Information Network Exchange (BFine.org) features articles and other resources that consumers may find helpful when faced with financial challenges. For more information visit BFine.org.