We have paid 15 months into chapter 13 bankruptcy. house payment went up , insurance went up, ex hasn’t paid child support which my attorney says isn’t figured into payment, but I can’t afford payments this high anymore, I can’t even buy a pair of shoes for my kids, what do I do.
My husband suggests divorce and changing to chapter 7. any suggestions?
Before you even start consider getting a divorce the first thing to do would be to contact your bankruptcy attorney and see if you can get your bankruptcy payment modified to adjust for your change of circumstances.
I’m sensing that there was something originally which held you back from filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. What was it? Do you have a tremendous amount of equity in your home or some other asset that would have been at risk?
Is the debt just in his name?
I need some more information to better help you. Post your answers in the comments section below.I Need to Lower My Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment. Do I Need to Get a Divorce so I Can File a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? - Amy by Steve Rhode