Can a Creditor Object to Discharge in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy After the Deadline?

Answer A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as a total bankruptcy, since it allows for full discharge of debts. However, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy also gives the bankruptcy court greater power to sell debtor poss... 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 »

How to Discharge a Second Mortgage in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy discharge releases the debtor from liability on the part of the debt. The debtor is no longer required to pay any debt that is discharged, and creditors cannot take action to recover the... 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 13 bankruptcy after filing Chapter 7 in Wisconsin?

After you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Wisconsin you can no longer file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the liquidation of assets. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows debtors to rep... Read More »