What Can I Do If Chapter 13 Involuntary Dismissal Happens?

What Can I Do If Chapter 13 Involuntary Dismissal Happens? A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Hearing document lays on a table with a calculator, glasses, and other documents.

A Chapter 13 payment plan lasts between three to five years. However, a lot can happen during that time that could affect your ability to make regularly scheduled payments. If this happens and you are no longer able to make your Chapter 13 monthly payments, the bankruptcy trustee can ask the court to dismiss the case, or a creditor can request relief from the automatic stay and continue collection efforts – Chapter 13 Involuntary Dismissal. However, all is not lost.

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Should I file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? Part 1 – Chapter 7

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I can’t tell you how often we have clients calling us and explaining that they only want to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or they ask us “should I file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13”? There are various advantages and disadvantages to each chapter, and we explain these to our clients so that they can make an informed decision that’s right for them.

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What Happens If You File Bankruptcy?

What Happens if You File Bankruptcy?

Many of our clients ask us what happens if you file bankruptcy? This is a very important question, and several significant Bankruptcy Code provisions are triggered when filing bankruptcy. Learn more about the automatic stay, bankruptcy estate and the bankruptcy trustee.

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