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The lawyer I consulted before mentioned that in a chapter 13, the trustee will question large payments that go out from my bank accounts, including the corporate bank account. So, as an example, if I restructure my personal debt, then pay a corporate creditor $40,000, will the trustee be able to cancel my proceedings, or worse yet, sue my creditor to reclaim the money?
The trustee would have to prove that the money was actually your personal money and not the money of the company, which would be difficult.
Also, if you're in a 13, you're repaying your debts instead of having them discharged. Thus, it is not as likely that the trustee will take issue with this.