if your still in chapter 7 you have to get out first but you can file again check the laws in you state on chapter 7. laws has chang.
How soon after filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, can you file either Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 Banruptcy again?
Assuming that you are referring to Chapter 7 bankruptcy, 8 years. Usually 8 year to 10 years when filing like Chapter 7 bankrutpcy.
As soon as your discharged
YES, its called an AUTOMATIC STAY. ALL collection efforts must stop as soon as they are notified of your filing.
is it safe to file for voluntary dismissal of chapter 13 bankruptcy
If there are no issues of fraud, you are usually entitled to just one discharge in 10 years. You may be able to file a second chapter 13 soon after the first one has been closed, but you have to ask the court to extend the automatic stay more than 30 days after filing the second one.
Anytime. Getting a loan is another question.
However, you are permitted to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy anytime after filing Chapter 7. Chapter 13 is a repayment of none, some or all of your debt over three to five years. Most or all of your creditors are lumped together into one large pool. Then, you make payments each month to the lawyer assigned to your case, called a liquidator. The liquidator distributes your payment to the creditors.There is some issue that you should know about while filing chapter 13 after chapter 7.1. If you file Chapter 13 within four years of filing Chapter 7, you cannot discharge your debts after you complete the three- to five-year Chapter 13 plan. You can still file the Chapter 13 to keep creditors from suing you, garnishing your paychecks or levying your bank account. This may require filing another Chapter 7 bankruptcy when you have passed the eight-year mark.2. If you file Chapter 13 four years after filing Chapter 7, you can have a very low monthly Chapter 13 payment plan and receive a full discharge of all remaining balances after you complete the three- to five-year plan. For example, you could pay as little as $100 a month for three years in a Chapter 13, paying very little to your creditors and yet still discharging the remaining balances owed.
File as soon as possible, there is no 'back pay' so if you need a ck get to filing. Not sure of the cut off.
The best time to purchase a new home after filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy depends on how long your bankruptcy will be. If you have your payments on a five year plan, then you may have to wait a little longer.
A timely limit in filing a claim with AARP health insurance is 30 days. It is always recommended to file as soon as possible.
The debtor cannot file a Chapter 13 unless: (1) the debtor received a discharge under Chapter 7, 11 or 12 more than four years ago; or (2) the debtor received a discharge under Chapter 13 more than two years ago.
It's better to wait until your chapter 7 is closed, usually about 6 months after filing. The funds in the 401(k) are exempt from claims, but once you take money out of the 401(k), it is no longer exempt.
Bankruptcy is a federal act, and there must be no less that seven years between filings.
The optimal time to file a will in probate is as soon as possible after the person dies. The rapid filing of the will protects the estate. The maximum amount of time varies by state.
If you are filing a paper return, you may file as soon as you have all of the necessary information and forms. If you plan to file electronically, the IRS has not yet published a start date. It is usually in mid-January.
If you are referring to a chapter 20 (chapter 7 + chapter 13), then yes it is possible. The BK court doesnt differentiate between the types of debts (i.e. taxes, mortgages, medical debt, or credit cards) so you cannot file a chapter 7 for personal debt, and then expect to be allowed to file a chapter 7 for medical debt soon after.
You will not be able to get a discharge from a chpt. 13 until 4 years have passed from the previous bk and the date of discharge for the current bk.
Within days after your discharge. You will have to find one of those dealers that arrange financing, and you will pay a high interest, but it can be done. You cannot do it after filing but before discharge, except in a chapter 13, with permission of the court.
You can file your 2009 taxes as soon as you receive your W-2 information because this will play an important role in figuring your taxes.Regarding filing electronically, the IRS's website will be up and running "E-File" or "Free-File" on January 15, 2010.
You can file for unemployment as soon as you are laid off.
The Social Security Administration recommends filing for benefits three months before your intended retirement date.
As soon as your child is born you should file for child support.As soon as your child is born you should file for child support.As soon as your child is born you should file for child support.As soon as your child is born you should file for child support.
One can file a bankruptcy case at any time. The only issues upon filing will be:1. Under what Chapter will one be permitted to file;2. Whether one will get the benefit of the automatic stay while the case is pending; and3. Whether one will get a discharge at the end of the case.If a prior case was filed but no discharge order was ever issued, a stay of all collection efforts will issue automatically and the debtor may be eligible for a discharge at the end of the case. If a discharge order was indeed entered in the prior case, a Debtor must wait for specified periods if he or she is to benefit from an automatic stay and receive a discharge in the new case. The following is a table summarizing the waiting period required by law to stay creditors and get a discharge of debts:Prior Case Chapter 7 Chapter 13Chapter 7 8 years 4 yearsChapter 11 8 years 4 yearsChapter 12 6 years 4 yearsChapter 13 6 years 2 years- BensonBankruptcy.comYou can refile after your bankruptcy case has been discharged by the court. I filed a chapter 7 in December, it was discharged March 15 and I filed a chapter 13 on the 22nd. You can file chapter 13 as soon as your bankruptcy is dismissed but can only file chapter 7 every 7 years."Dismissed" means the court threw your case out without "Discharging" any of your debt.You can either file Chap 13 immediately, or go to another Chap 7 filing after waiting 6 months...sort of a penalty period. Unless that has changed to, as someone said, 6 or 7 years.www.nolo.com has most of the information you will need.You cannot file a Chapter 7 case for 6 years after the filing date of a prior Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 which received Discharge. You can file a Chapter 13 nearly anytime so long as no other case is pending (with some exceptions). (FYI filing a Chapter 13 immediately after a Chapter 7 is called a "Chapter 20"). As of today (2/11/05) there is legislation pending in the United States Senate which I believe will increase the time you have to wait to 8 years, but this law may or may not get passed.However, if the case was dismissed (and not Discharged), one can normally re-file immediately after dismissal unless the Court places a bar to re-filing, or unless the circumstances create a bar to re-filing. Sometimes, if the Court feels that a debtor acted in bad faith or for some other reason, the Court may bar the debtor from re-filing for some period of time. Or, once a Motion for Relief is filed by a creditor, if the debtor voluntarily dismisses his or her own case, then that debtor is automatically barred from filing a new case for 180 days. Please keep in mind that nothing in this posting or in any other posting constitutes legal advice, it is simply my understanding of the facts, which I do not warrant in any way.