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What Happens When a Chapter 13 Case Is Dismissed?

When a debtor files for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, they are entering into an agreement to pay their creditors over a period of three to five years. However, when a Chapter 13 case is dismissed, the consequences can be serious.

If a Chapter 13 case is dismissed, it means that the court has decided not to approve the repayment plan and it also typically means that all remaining debt is immediately due in full. This can lead to serious financial challenges for the debtor as they must now come up with payment plans on their own or face aggressive collection efforts from creditors.

In addition, if the case was dismissed due to the debtor’s failure to comply with certain requirements such as failing to make payments or provide required documents, then all of their pre-filing debts may remain dischargeable and creditors may be able to continue collection efforts against them.

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