What should I expect at the end of my Chapter 13 case?

What should I expect at the end of my Chapter 13 case?

About a month after the Motion for Entry of Discharge is filed, assuming there are no objections, the Court will enter an order granting the Motion for Entry of Discharge. A copy of the Discharge Order will be mailed to you. This is an extremely important document that you will want to retain for your records.

What does it mean to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 allows a debtor to keep property and pay debts over time, usually three to five years. Background A chapter 13 bankruptcy is also called a wage earner’s plan.

What happens when a chapter 13 is audited?

Once audited, the report will be filed with the Court, and you will receive a copy of that, too. That will provide you with a record of what was paid from your Chapter 13.

How often do you have to make Chapter 13 payments?

I recently discovered that one of my clients had not only completed her Chapter 13 Plan payments (which totaled more than $1000 per month for 60 months) but that she had never been late in making a single payment. She latest she ever made a payment was on time. Now, that takes dedication, commitment, and probably a little luck.

What happens in Chapter 13 of the Bible?

In our study today, we are going to look at chapter 13, and then also finish up the book. 1.2.1. Nehemiah had been granted permission to reign as governor over Judea for a period of twelve years. After the twelve years were over he had kept faithful to his commission and returned to the king of Persia, whom he once had served as cupbearer.

How long does it take to get out of Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

Unlike Chapter 7, which wipes out your debts after a few months, Chapter 13 takes several years. At the end, though, unless problems arise, the bankruptcy court will wipe out your debts. In Chapter 13, you spend three to five years paying all your disposable monthly income to a bankruptcy trustee supervising your case.

Where to find order confirming Chapter 13 case?

If you are wondering where to find the “Order confirming the Chapter 13 case” feel free to contact your attorney or the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. If you are one of our clients feel free to contact us, we will be sure to point you in the right direction and give you anything you need to complete this portion of your case.

Can you file another chapter 13 case after it is dismissed?

Whether you can file another Chapter 13 case immediately after a dismissed Chapter 13 depends on the reason why the Chapter 13 case was dismissed. If this wasn’t your first bankruptcy case in a short period of time, the bankruptcy court could prevent you from filing another Chapter 13 case for a specific period of time.

When to file for Chapter 13 debt relief?

When an individual cannot qualify for debt relief under Chapter 7 because of excessive income or other circumstances, that person may file for debt relief under Chapter 13. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is a repayment plan. When you file under Chapter 13, you propose a repayment plan for your debts.

What do you call a chapter 13 bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is sometimes referred to as a reorganization bankruptcy. You set up a three- to five-year payment plan to reduce or pay off your debt.

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