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Law Office of 
Charles E. Andersen

chapter 13 bankruptcy attorneys file chapter 13 with our online application
debtor reorganization plans
Chapter 13 is a means by which an individual overwhelmed with debt.. can remain in control of her personal financial affairs and repay her debts while keeping her property
file a repayment plan

several things are required for plan confirmation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Chapter 13 plan must be proposed in good faith

 

Co-Debtor Stay

 

        One of the unique features of a Chapter 13 case is that the automatic stay applies not just to the debtor but also to creditors of non-filing co-debtors of the debtor.

 

 

Relief from the co-debtor stay:

 

A creditor may be granted relief from the co-debtor slay under any of the following circumstances:

 

  • To the extent that the co-debtor was the actual recipient of the consideration for the claim, the creditor may be granted relief from the stay.

  • To the extent that the creditor's claim will not be paid under the debtor's proposed Chapter 13 plan, the creditor may receive relief from the stay.

  • Where the creditor will be irreparably harmed if the stay remains in effect, relief from the stay will also be grante

Chapter 13 Administration

 

file for no money down with a repayment plan and an order from the bankruptcy court
calling for plan payments to be made

 

$0.00 down for chapter 13 cases


 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 7 & 13

If you qualify

 

 STOP

  • Creditor Harassment
  • Foreclosure
  • Repossessions

ELIMINATE

  • Credit Card and Medical Bills

** For Chapter 13 cases with wage order, with the balance paid through a trustee as part of a payment plan and not paid directly to the attorney. Court Filing Fee is extra.

 

 

 

 

 

Free Consultation

Reasonable rates

 

 

 

(Elmira)

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plan confirmation hearing plan is confirmed subject to lien avoidance motion within 30 days
Charles E. Andersen representing the debtor a New York State attorney not a bankruptcy petition preparer