at the outset, you should contact an attorney, who will probably give you a free consultation, and would probably be more than happy to elucidate the procedures and rules for filing a relief from stay action in the Central District. THEN, you should determine if you want to go it alone.
Having said that, your tenant has a set time frame in which he/she must propose to the court his/her "chapter 13 plan." You are required to get notice of that plan, and the scheduled 341 meeting. In that plan, you will be able to see if the debtor is intending on paying you, moving forward, or if he intends to abandon the property. You might also be able to see what he intends on doing based on how you're listed in his Schedule F and G.
If you don't have access to those papers, above, then you'll want to contact an attorney to look them up for you. Again, consult. Generally free. Though you might want to plan on taking 50 bucks with you.