My question involves bankruptcy in the state of: Georgia
First, there was a payout problem with my chapter 13 bankruptcy. I owed more money than was going to be paid through my payment plan within a 5 year period. I was notified about the problem about two months before the 5 year deadline. I paid through cashiers checks. I started sending in extra payments based on the National Data Center Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case Information website that I had been using since the inception of my bankruptcy. I used NDC to follow my payments, application of payments and balances remaining. At this point, I only had one creditor with an outstanding balance showing on my bankruptcy. I was tackling that $3,000 balance when my attorney contacted me and stated that my bankruptcy case was on the calendar stating that I owed an amount different from the outstanding balance due the one creditor. The calendar amount was $500 more than the actual amount owed. Nevertheless, I mailed the amount instructed by the attorney that included the additional $500. I reveiwed previous trustee fees for my account and that could not explain such a huge difference. The trustee has only taken at most at one time $70; the trustee fees for my account ranged from $15 to $70. At this time, my account is showing accomplished. Will overages be refunded to me?