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What Happens When You Miss a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment?

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often referred to as a reorganization bankruptcy. It allows people who see a regular income to create a plan to repay all or a designated part of their debt through the bankruptcy court and the assistance of a bankruptcy trustee. Under the Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the debtor can propose a …

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Exiting a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan Early

The Chapter 13 bankruptcy is designed for bankruptcy petitioners who have a regular income. The Chapter 13 allows a debtor to keep property and pay debts back over a predetermined period of time, usually 3-5 years. It’s often referred to as a wage earner’s plan. Petitioners work alongside the bankruptcy court to develop a plan …

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Can a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment be Deferred?

When you declare Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court determines a set pay schedule for a pre-determined amount of time. In cases where unforeseen events cause major dips and dives in the income of bankruptcy filers post-bankruptcy, they can come up against a major problem: the inability to make the Chapter 13 payment. In this …

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Purchasing a Vehicle Before Receiving Bankruptcy Discharge

There are many bankruptcy petitioners who fear the consequences wreaking havoc on their ability to have a vehicle and stay mobile. Bankruptcy laws may leave petitioners aware that they can’t keep the vehicle they have currently (for a number of different reasons), but equally aware that they will need a car to get around. This …

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Converting Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 Due to Divorce

If you are in the midst of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan and you find yourself facing a divorce, you don’t want to add to the emotional stress with financial stress that can be avoided. Divorce typically comes with some major financial changes: two households instead of one, spousal maintenance, child support payments, etc. These …

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