Unsecured creditors, including those with priority claims, must file their claims with the bankruptcy court within 90 days after the first date set for the meeting of creditors in order for their claims to be allowed.  Unsecured creditors who fail to file claims within that period are barred from doing so, and upon completion of the plan their claims will be discharged.  The debtor may file a claim on behalf of a creditor, if desired.  After the claims have been filed, the debtor may file objections to any claims that he or she disputes.  When the claims have been approved by the court, the Chapter 13 trustee begins paying unsecured creditors in the manner and in the amounts provided for in the debtor’s Chapter 13 plan.  Payments to secured creditors, priority creditors, and special classes of unsecured creditors may begin earlier, if desired.