Sorry about the payment situation Nonita, I notified management to see if they can help...
Regarding discharge, the easiest thing to do is contact the case administrator at the Bankruptcy Court
and advise them that your case should be eligible for discharge, and they will usually issue the discharge or at least be able to explain what the hold up is.
NOTE: You will want to be sure and file your Certification of Debtor Education before requesting discharge though (if you haven't already).
Assuming you filed your bankruptcy case in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Nevada, I went to their website, HERE
. I tried to find a list of case administrators since sometimes it lists email addresses which makes contact easy, but I was unable to find such a list for the Nevada court.
So, you might want to call them and talk to your case administrator. Usually, they are assigned to cases by case number, so have it ready when you call.
The number is(NNN) NNN-NNNNif you are in the Las Vegas Division, or(NNN) NNN-NNNNif you are in the Reno Division.
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