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Can We End Our Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Early? – Art

By on February 14, 2013

“Dear Steve,

we thought we had a good modification only to find out 2 and half yrs later it wasnt…so we filed ch 13….since filing we obtained a good modification, signed agreed and going well…we also have pd off our vehicle loan through this ch 13…..believe debt left is some very small medical bills…seems we could benefit more now by getting out of this….our bk pyt is 685 per week…sometimes we are left with 100.00 per week….our mortgage is 1300 a month….we figure it is 325 per week, rest must be trustee and atty fees. do this sound right and reasonable and is it possible to dismiss??

Art”

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Dear Art,

You can certainly dismiss your chapter 13 bankruptcy at any time. In fact most end without going to full completion.

You should discuss this with your bankruptcy you hired to represent you when you filed bankruptcy so you understand how canceling your bankruptcy might impact you.

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