The 21 United States Trustee regions are defined in the "Bankruptcy Judges, U.S. Trustees, & Family Farmer Bankruptcy Act of 1986," Public Law No. 99-554, 100 Stat. 3088 (28 U.S.C. § 581).
The following list identifies each USTP Region and corresponding judicial districts.
See Jurisdictional Note below regarding Alabama and North Carolina.
Pennsylvania (Eastern, Middle & Western Districts)
Virginia (Eastern & Western Districts)
West Virginia (Northern & Southern Districts)
District of Columbia
Louisiana (Eastern, Middle & Western
Mississippi (Northern & Southern Districts)
Texas (Eastern & Northern Districts)
Texas (Southern and Western Districts)
Kentucky (Eastern & Western Districts)
Tennessee (Eastern, Middle & Western Districts)
Ohio (Northern & Southern
Michigan (Eastern & Western Districts)
Illinois (Central &
Indiana (Northern & Southern Districts)
Iowa (Northern & Southern Districts)
Oklahoma (Eastern, Northern & Western Districts)
NOTE: Bankruptcy cases in Alabama and North Carolina are not under the jurisdiction of the United States Trustee Program. Questions regarding bankruptcy cases filed in the six judicial districts in those states should be directed to the Bankruptcy Administrator for the district where the case is pending. Contact information for the Bankruptcy Administrators is available on the federal judiciary's Web site at http://www.uscourts.gov/bankruptcycourts/administrators.html.