25 Jul Options To Dismissal For Failed Chapter 13 Part 3
In Part 2 I discussed the option of a Hardship Discharge if you find yourself unable to make Chapter 13 Plan payments.
Another option to help if you are unable to make your Chapter 13 Plan payments is to suspend the payments.
In order to be able to suspend the Plan payments you must be in a Plan that is less than 60 months long.
Suspension of payments can help in situations of a temporary job interruption or where an unexpected expense comes up.
Suspension of Plan payments requires approval of the Bankrutpcy Court.
An experienced bankruptcy attorney to review your options if you cannot make you Plan payments.
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