Chapter 13

Want to learn more about Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 bankruptcy? Wondering what filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy means? We’re here to help.

Do you do Chapter 13?

No, Upsolve does not do Chapter 13 bankruptcies. 

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What is a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy consists of a debt repayment plan. Individuals and businesses can both file for Chapter 13.

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What Happens When a Chapter 13 Case is Dismissed?

If you have a dismissed Chapter 13 case, you may have several options. You might be able to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, even if you cannot afford to pay another attorney to help you. Upsolve provides no cost bankruptcy services to low-income Americans.

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Why Chapter 13 Is Probably A Bad Idea

Chapter 13 can often leave you in worse financial shape. It costs more than Chapter 7 and your case is is less likely to be successful.

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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Many low-income debtors have to decide between filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This Upsolve guide will help you figure out which type of bankruptcy is best for you.

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