In Chapter 13 cases, a confirmation hearing is a court hearing required by the Bankruptcy Code. Confirmation hearings are not held in Chapter 7 cases. The purpose of the confirmation hearing is to resolve any objection of the trustee, creditors and other parties to the debtor’s proposed Chapter 13 plan. If everyone is in agreement, the case is confirmed. If there is an unresolved objection to the plan by any party, a confirmation hearing will be held in order for the judge to address and rule on the party’s concerns.