There is no time restraint on purchasing anything after bankruptcy. In fact, as it is "after", barring something like intentional fraud by using undeclared resources that were available at the time of bankruptcy, your actions after filing have virtually no effect on or from the bankruptcy. In the pure sense, even if you won the lottery the week after filing bankruptcy, that wouldn't effect the pre-filing situation. Getting financing for the car may be a different matter. A lender will look at you entire credit profile, and they historically frown upon someone with a, especially recent, bankruptcy on record. However, some lenders have special programs for just tis situation, although at a higher interest rate.
Any debt that you accumulate before your bankruptcy filing and have listed on your petition will be eliminated when you receive your discharge as long as your creditors do not file an injunction against you. After you receive your discharge you are welcome and able to open new credit accounts but any debt you accumulate will not be considered a part of the bankruptcy you filed before opening the account.
After you go to court and meet with the bankruptcy trustees, it should only take about 60-90 days to discharge all debts. You have to take the pre-discharge debt managemnt class first before any debt is discharged because the bankruptcy laws have changed.
10 years from discharge
when you get a letter telling you, your bankruptcy case is close it close at that time.
Ten years from the date of discharge.
8 years between discharge of bankruptcy to re-file.
10 years from discharge
3 to 4 months
You should not get a 1099C if the deficiency was discharged in a bankruptcy. Otherwise, you should have gotten one by now.
You do not have to be unemployed to file bankruptcy.
Nothing, or your bankruptcy discharge can be reversed, or you can be fined or sent to prison. It depends on how much you inherit and how long after the bankruptcy you inherited it.
The amount of time a bankruptcy stays on your credit report after discharge differs between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the Chapter 7 stays on your credit report for 10 years. Chapter 13 bankruptcy, after discharge, it shows for 7 years on your credit report.
The time-frame for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case in Idaho is the same as all other states. The discharge should arrive between three and four months after filing. This assumes that no creditor nor the Trustee has filed an objection to such discharge.
It is usually 4 to 5 months from filing to Discharge.
10 years from discharge...everywhere
10 years from the discharge date
What has MY bankruptcy got to do with you moving out of your house? Obviously, if the mortgagee is not telling you to leave, and you get to stay rent-free, stay as long as you can, but get as much moved or ready to move as you can. You may not be given much time.
8 years from the date of discharge of the previous chapter 7.
Barring things like fraud or such...once the plan is effected by the court, it's a done deal. Their time to protest was before it was accepted.
Most the time you can rent an apartment as long as you can give them a copy of your Discharge Records.
It depends on your case; ask your attorney. For non-asset Chapter 7 cases, I understand it usually takes 6 months. For Chapter 13, you have to complete the plan (up to 5 years) before you can get a discharge.
There's not set time, however you have to have unblemished credit after the discharge of a bankruptcy, mortgage companies like to see at least a year, maybe two.
It depends on which bankruptcy you file for. If you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, which includes a liquidation of any assets and paying off your debt once and for all, you'd be looking at a discharge within about 3 months. With Chapter 13 Bankruptcy your attorney would set up a payment plan for you to pay off your debts over a specified amount of time. Normally the payments are scheduled to be completed by the debtor in 3 to 5 years. So the discharge time will vary depending on what is agreed upon in the court. All the required payments must be made before the discharge can occur. I've written about these 2 types of bankruptcy in my blog, where I consider how these processes can affect your tax debt. http://taxreliefsolutions.blogspot.com/2009/06/are-you-considering-bankruptcy-as.html
If you want to buy a house it takes eight years car is three years so im pretty sure it will discharge in eight years