I am less than a month from completing my chapter 13. My employer called trustee office and requested information of when my chapter 13 would be complete and the pay off amount The trustee office would not give any information to employer. From my knowledge the court will get in touch with my employer when it's time to release me from garnishment. I gave no one consent to call on my behalf. This feels like an invasion of my privacy. Can you please give me some insight on this matter.
If the trustee's office didn't give any information, there doesn't appear to be any actionable invasion of your privacy. All the information the employer requested can probably be found in your filed bankruptcy papers, and the papers n file with the court are public records available to anyone. So you don't have any expectation of privacy for information included in those documents.
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