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If you get a raise or another part time job while paying off a chapter 13 can they increase your payments each month?

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2013-02-28 14:35:12
2013-02-28 14:35:12

== == YES, of course they can, by applying to the court for a "change of income " ruling, and a new judge's order to increase your payments per month, based on your new level of income. They will use the payroll records at the job to argue for an increase in your payments.

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