Form SC-C 1803.1 Citation to Discover Assets to Debtor - Illinois

Form SC-C1803.1 is a Illinois Circuit Court form also known as the "Citation To Discover Assets To Debtor". The latest edition of the form was released in March 1, 2018 and is available for digital filing.

Download a PDF version of the Form SC-C1803.1 down below or find it on Illinois Circuit Court Forms website.

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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Circuit Courts.
For Court Use Only
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
CIRCUIT COURT
CITATION TO DISCOVER ASSETS
TO DEBTOR
COUNTY
Instructions
Directly above, enter
the name of the county
Plaintiff (First, middle, last name)
where the case was
filed.
Enter the name of the
v.
plaintiff.
Enter the name of the
Defendant (First, middle, last name)
defendant.
Case Number
Enter the case number.
In 1, if the debtor is a
1. Name and address of debtor:
person, enter the
address where the
debtor can be served. If
Debtor's name
the debtor is a business,
enter the name of the
registered agent, and
Street, Apt #
the address for service.
The registered agent
can be found on the
Illinois Secretary of
State’s website.
City
State
ZIP
In 2, enter courtroom
2.
You must come to courtroom
on
number, date and time
Number
of the court date, and
 a.m.
 p.m.
address of the
Date
Time
courthouse.
The address of the court is:
Street
City
State
ZIP
If you do not come to the court date listed above in section 2, the judge may issue a rule to show case which will
require you to come to court.
On the rule to show cause court date, you will have to explain why you did not come to court on the citation court
Notice to Debtor
date, and why you should not be found in contempt of court.
If you do not come to the rule to show cause court date, the judge may find you in contempt, and you may be
arrested and jailed.
3.
At your Citation hearing, you will be asked about your property and income. You will be
sworn to tell the truth.
In 4a, enter the date of
the judgment. If the
4.
Information about what you owe:
judgment has been
a. A judgment was entered or renewed against you on
.
revived (renewed),
Date
enter that date.
.
In 4b, enter the amount
b. The amount of the judgment is
$
of the judgment.
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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Circuit Courts.
For Court Use Only
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
CIRCUIT COURT
CITATION TO DISCOVER ASSETS
TO DEBTOR
COUNTY
Instructions
Directly above, enter
the name of the county
Plaintiff (First, middle, last name)
where the case was
filed.
Enter the name of the
v.
plaintiff.
Enter the name of the
Defendant (First, middle, last name)
defendant.
Case Number
Enter the case number.
In 1, if the debtor is a
1. Name and address of debtor:
person, enter the
address where the
debtor can be served. If
Debtor's name
the debtor is a business,
enter the name of the
registered agent, and
Street, Apt #
the address for service.
The registered agent
can be found on the
Illinois Secretary of
State’s website.
City
State
ZIP
In 2, enter courtroom
2.
You must come to courtroom
on
number, date and time
Number
of the court date, and
 a.m.
 p.m.
address of the
Date
Time
courthouse.
The address of the court is:
Street
City
State
ZIP
If you do not come to the court date listed above in section 2, the judge may issue a rule to show case which will
require you to come to court.
On the rule to show cause court date, you will have to explain why you did not come to court on the citation court
Notice to Debtor
date, and why you should not be found in contempt of court.
If you do not come to the rule to show cause court date, the judge may find you in contempt, and you may be
arrested and jailed.
3.
At your Citation hearing, you will be asked about your property and income. You will be
sworn to tell the truth.
In 4a, enter the date of
the judgment. If the
4.
Information about what you owe:
judgment has been
a. A judgment was entered or renewed against you on
.
revived (renewed),
Date
enter that date.
.
In 4b, enter the amount
b. The amount of the judgment is
$
of the judgment.
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
In 4c, enter how much
c.
The current amount that remains to be paid, including the creditor's court costs and post
money is still owed to
you. You can include
judgment interest, minus any payments you have made, is $
plus court
the judgment amount,
costs of this proceeding.
your court costs (like
filing fees, service fees,
sheriff's fee, etc.), and
5.
You are ordered to bring these documents at the court date:
post judgment interest
Federal and state income taxes for the last 2 years;
of 9% per year.
Subtract any payments
Recent pay stubs or proof of income;
made by the debtor.
Bank records;
In 5, enter any other
Title to motor vehicles;
document that the
Deed to any property you own; AND
debtor should bring to
Insurance policies.
court showing their
income, property, or
Other:
belongings.
6. At the court date, you have the right to claim certain protections (exemptions).
If you claim an exemption, the income or property covered by that exemption cannot
be taken to pay the judgment. Here are some exemptions you may be able to claim:
1.
Money or belongings up to $4,000 ("wildcard exemption");
2.
Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits;
3.
Public assistance benefits;
4.
Child support;
5.
Unemployment compensation benefits;
6.
Workers’ compensation benefits;
7.
Veterans’ benefits;
8.
Circuit breaker property tax relief benefits;
Equity interest is the
9.
Your equity interest, up to $2,400, in any one motor vehicle;
money you would get if
10. Your equity interest, up to $1,500, in any professional books, or tools of your trade;
you sold your property
11. Pension and retirement benefits and refunds; AND
and paid off any
outstanding loans.
12. Your equity interest, up to $15,000, in the house you live in.
7. There are specific exemptions for wages. Under Illinois law, the amount of wages that may
be taken to pay a judgment is limited to the lower of: 1) 15% of your gross wages, or 2)
the amount by which your weekly wages, after deductions for taxes and other allowed
deductions, is greater than 45 times the minimum wage (currently $371.25 for one week;
$742.50 for two weeks; $804.37 for semi-monthly wages; and $1608.75 for a month). Federal
law allows the lesser of: 1) 25% of disposable wages; or 2) the amount by which disposable
earnings for a week is greater than 30 times the federal minimum wage.
Under the Code of
I certify that everything in the Citation to Discover Assets to Debtor is true and
Civil Procedure,
735
correct. I understand that making a false statement on this form is perjury and has penalties
ILCS
5/1-109, making
provided by law under
735 ILCS
5/1-109.
a statement on this
form that you know to
be false is perjury, a
/s/
Class 3 Felony.
Your Signature
Street Address
If you are completing
this form on a
Print Your Name
City, State, ZIP
computer, sign your
name by typing it. If
you are completing it
by hand, sign and
Telephone
print your name.
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
Seal of Court
STOP!
Witness this Date:
The Circuit Clerk will
fill in this section.
Clerk of the Court:
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
For Court Use Only
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
INCOME AND PROPERTY
CIRCUIT COURT
STATEMENT
COUNTY
(TO BE FILLED OUT BY DEBTOR)
Instructions
To creditor: Fill out
Plaintiff (First, middle, last name)
this section in the
same way you did on
page 1.
v.
To debtor: fill out
pages 4-6 and sign
Defendant (First, middle, last name)
Case Number
below.
1.
Fill out this form and bring it with you to court; AND
Notice to Debtor:
2.
Bring documents you have to support the information you listed in the form.
In 1a, 1b and 1c enter
your full name, phone
1. I am providing the following information about myself:
number and current
a. Name:
address.
First
Middle
Last
In 1d, enter your
b. Phone Number:
Driver's License
Number if you have
c. Home Address:
one.
Street Address, Apt.
In 1e, enter the last 4
City
State
ZIP
digits your social
d. Driver's License Number:
security number.
e. Social Security Number
:
(last 4 digits)
In 1f, enter your date of
f.
Date of Birth:
birth.
g. I am  married
 single  divorced
In 1g, check your
marital status.
2. I am providing the following information about the people who live with me:
In 2a and 2b, enter the
a. I support
adults
who live with me.
(not counting myself)
number of people living
b. I support
children under 18 who live with me.
in your house who you
support. Support means
 Yes
3. I am employed.
No
(answer 3a and skip to 4)
(skip to 3b and complete the rest)
that the people rely on
you financially.
a. I receive unemployment.
Yes
No
In 3, check yes if you
I receive
$
in unemployment payments.
are employed.
 I am self-employed
 I work for someone else
b. If yes,
In 3a, if you receive
c. Company's name:
unemployment, check
d. Company's address:
the box and enter the
Street Address
amount of
unemployment you
City
State
ZIP
receive.
In 3b, check the box
e. Income: $
per month
that applies to you.
In 3c and 3d enter the
company’s name and
address.
In 3e, enter the gross
amount (before taxes)
for your income.
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Enter the Case Number given by the Circuit Clerk: _________________________________
In 4, check the box for
4. I receive 1 or more of the following:
each type of money you
 Yes
 No
(check all that apply)
have received in the
 General Assistance (GA)
past month. The
 Social Security
creditor may not use
court proceedings to
 Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
take any money you get
 Food Stamps (SNAP)
from these sources.
 State Children & Family Assistance
 Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
 Aid to the Aged, Blind and Disabled (AABD)
 Unemployment
 Pension
 Other:
 Yes  No
In 5, check if you own
5.
I own real estate:
real estate.
a. I own property at:
Street Address, Apt.
In 5a, list the address of
the property you own
City
State
ZIP
and check the box if
 There is a mortgage on my property.
there is a mortgage on
the property.
In 5b, list the address of
b. I own property at:
any additional property
Street Address, Apt.
you own and check the
box if there is a
City
State
ZIP
mortgage on the
property.
 There is a mortgage on my property.
In 6, check if you have
6.
I have checking, savings, money market, certificates of deposit, safety deposit boxes,
any of the listed
 Yes
 No
or other bank or credit union accounts:
accounts and provide
Name of Bank or Institution
Names on Accounts
Account Type
Balance
the information about
each account, but do
1.
$
not list account
2.
$
numbers.
3.
$
4.
$
 Yes
 No
In 7, check if you have
7.
I have motor vehicles
(Cars, boats, trailers, motorcycles etc.):
any motor vehicles
Year, Make, and Model
Title in Name of
Monthly payment
Balance
and provide the
1.
$
$
information about
each vehicle. For
2.
$
$
Balance, fill in the
3.
$
$
amount remaining on
your loan.
4.
$
$
 Yes  No
In 8, check yes if you
8.
I own other property:
own other property
The property is
: $
(describe and include its total value )
such as jewelry,
electronics, tools, etc.
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