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Can you be sued after your chapter 13 is successfully discharged?

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Not by creditors who agreed to participate in the chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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When is Chapter 13 bankrupcty discharged?

After the Chapter 13 plan has been successfully completed and the Trustee so certifies. Some courts require filing a motion or request for a discharge.


How soon after being discharged from chapter 13 can you refile a chapter 13?

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Yes, they can be discharged. A chapter 13 may not be the best way to go, however. You should consider a chapter 7, if you qualify. Consult a local bankruptcy lawyer.


Can a creditor come after you 8 years later after a chapter 13 has been discharged?

If the debt was discharged in the BK, no.


If you filed chapter 13 bankruptcy and it was discharged can you file chapter 7 bankruptcy now?

Yes.


Can you be sued for injury after accident while on chapter 13?

Yes.


If you had a discharged chapter 7 bankruptcy 8 years ago can you convert your chapter 13 now?

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If a person files Chapter 7 in 2000 and it was discharged how long to they have to wait to file a Chapter 13?

There are no time limits for filing a Chapt. 13.


Can you refile for chapter 13 after it was dismissed twice?

Yes you can, as long as it was dismissed and not discharged.


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If a creditor did not file during a chapter 13 and then it is discharged will you still have to pay them?

No. If a creditor fails to file a proof of claim on a Ch 13, then they do not get paid and the debt gets discharged.


Can you file chapter 7 before chapter 13 is discharged?

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Can you personaly be sued for unpaid debt when your chapter 13 was dismissed?

Yes, you can be sued for the original debt, minus any money the creditor received during the 13 plan.


Is it possible to keep a vehicle that has post-arrears once a Chapter 13 has been discharged?

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What does it mean for a bankruptcy to be discharged?

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How do you know when your chapter 13 bankruptcy is over?

You will know your chapter 13 bankruptcy is over once it is discharged. You will receive paperwork stating this either in person from your lawyer, or through the mail.


What is a discharged bankruptcy?

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Can a chapter 13 bankruptcy that has been dismissed be discharged?

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