(a) Creditor List
(1) General Requirements
(A) The master creditor list shall include those agencies and offices of the United States required to receive notice in FRBP 2002. Addresses for proper notice to major United States Government agencies are indicated in Appendix L-1007-a-1.
(B) Where a federal tax debt is owed, all lists shall include the address of the Internal Revenue Service office having responsibility for monitoring the case. Cases filed in the Midland/Odessa Division are the responsibility of the Dallas District Director. Cases filed in all other divisions, including Pecos, are the responsibility of the Austin District Director. The addresses for both offices are located in Appendix L-1007-a-1.
(2) Form of Creditor List
The creditor list shall be in such form as prescribed from time to time by the Clerk of the Court. The format may be found at the Court’s website.
(b) Payment Advices
Effective as to cases filed on or after October 17, 2005, copies of all payment advices or other evidence of payment received by individual debtors within 60 days before the date of the filing of the petition from any employer of the debtor (1) shall not be filed with the Court unless otherwise ordered, and (2) shall be provided to the trustee (or U.S. Trustee in Chapter 11 cases) at the same time the petition is filed or within fifteen (15) days thereafter. Such materials may be redacted in accordance with L. Rule 4002(a)(1).
(c) Monthly Net Income Statements
Effective as to cases filed on or after October 17, 2005, individual debtors shall not file a statement of monthly net income specified in § 521(a)(1)(B)(v) unless otherwise ordered by the Court. Legal persons other than individuals whose cases are filed on or after October 17, 2005, shall file the statement of monthly net income specified in § 521(a)(1)(B)(v) at the same time as the petition is filed or within fifteen (15) days thereafter.
Any creditor desiring to review copies of payment advices or other evidence of payment submitted to the trustee pursuant to this Rule must follow the procedures set out in L. Rule 4002(b)(3).
(e) Counseling Certificate Required Under § 521(b)(1)
If an individual debtor fails to file with the petition commencing the case the certificate, required under 11 U.S.C. § 521(b)(1), from an approved nonprofit budget and credit counseling agency, the Clerk of the Court shall refer the case to the presiding judge for action, which may include dismissal without further notice or hearing.
(f) Small Business Financial Report (Monthly Operating Report)
Unless the Court orders otherwise, the filing of a completed Monthly Operating Report in the form required by the Office of the United States Trustee shall be deemed to satisfy the small business debtor’s obligation under 11 U.S.C. § 308(b) to file periodic financial and other reports as described therein.