RULE 3015-2 CHAPTER 13 CONFIRMATION OF PLAN
(a) Objections to Confirmation. An objection to confirmation of the plan or to the attorney's compensation proposed in the plan should state with particularity the grounds for the objection. An objecting party must file the objection at least 7 days before the confirmation hearing, unless otherwise ordered by the Court, and shall serve the objection upon the following:
• the debtor;
• the Trustee;
• affected creditors; and
• any other entity as the Court may direct.
An objecting party must attach a certificate of service to the objection.
(b) Waiver of Objections. An objection may be deemed waived unless a written objection is timely filed, served upon all proper parties, and the objector appears and prosecutes the objection at any hearing set on such objection.