What happens if you are late on chapter 13 payments in the state of Georgia?

If you are late on a chapter 13 payment you are at risk of having your case dsmissed. Please try to make payments on time and make payments up if you missed any due to a miscommunication.
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Is your monthly car payment reduced in Chapter 13?

  Answer   Maybe..but then it goes on for longer. Chapter 13 offers individuals a number of advantages over liquidation under chapter 7. Perhaps most significantly, (MORE)

Can you make a partial payment to the chapter 13 trustee?

You should check with your c 13 trustee. In general you can make a partial payment, but if the next payment is also a partial payment, or if you do not make up the difference, (MORE)

What happens in chapter 13 in To Kill a Mockingbird?

In chapter 13 of To Kill a Mockingbird Aunt Alexandra comes to stay. Aunt Alexandra is Atticus Finchs' sister and she is a snob. She believes that Scout Finch needs some femin (MORE)

What Is Bankruptcy?

If you are experiencing financial problems, one option for you to consider is filing for bankruptcy. Before pursuing this option, however, it is important to understand the va (MORE)

How often are Payments made to trustee in Chapter 13?

  Monthly. Although if the money is taken as a garnishment it is the monthly amount / how many times you get paid in a month. Remember there are 4 1/3 weeks in a month, no (MORE)

How much are the payments on a chapter 13?

  Answer     The petitioner submits the repayment schedule/plan to the court and the court decides whether or not it is acceptable.     The best option fo (MORE)

How do you file a chapter 13 voluntary dismissal in Georgia?

State really isn't an issue.   All BKs are filed in a Federal court...a district of a Federal court.(The United States Federal Bankrutpcy Court...an entire Federal Court sy (MORE)

Laws Regarding Bankruptcy and Income Tax

The tax laws under the Bankruptcy Code are different for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. Both types require certain things of the petitioner; the difference lies in the (MORE)