Are judgements removed in Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Answer Most civil judgments can be removed with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, with the exception of tax liens, government judgments, or child or spousal support. Discharge does not prevent creditors from exerci... Read More »

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How soon after filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy can you file a chapter 13 bankruptcy?

The U.S. Bankruptcy Code allows debtors to file for bankruptcy multiple times, but has changed the number of years you must wait between filings. Previously, a debtor could file under either Chapt... Read More »

Can you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy after filing a Chapter 13 six months ago that was dismissed?

You can file bankruptcy at any time, even if you filed six months ago, according to Bankruptcy Law Network. If the courts discharge your debt, however, you must wait four years between a Chapter 7 ... Read More »

Can you file chapter 7 bankruptcy immediately after chapter 13 ends?

You can file a chapter 7 bankruptcy after a chapter 13 ends provided you: (a) meet all of the requirements of a chapter 7 bankruptcy; (b) you have not filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy in the past eight... Read More »

Can a person file Chapter 13 while in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy term?

You cannot file Chapter 13 while in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy term. Chapter 7 is known as "straight bankruptcy" and it gets rid of outstanding debts. However, if you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you ha... Read More »