Clients are often confused as to exactly how much money they need to pay into their chapter 13 plan before they receive a discharge, and for good reason.
Calculating the total “pot” that needs to be paid in the chapter 13 plan for discharge involves many different variables:Type of Debt in the Bankruptcy, Results of the Artificial B22 Income Calculation, Actual Comparison of Income vs Expenses, Objections by the Trustee and Creditors, etc.
Stay tuned, more on this blog to be published soon.
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