Hello expert, we have to attend a 341 meet this week for the Chap 13. If we don't attend will case reverse back to a chap 7?
If we attend and agree to the monthly payments would the circumstances still be the same if we cannot afford to pay it? Will the creditors come back after us?
If I cannot get refinanced to pay creditors then what? Can the Chapter 13 allow more than 5 years to pay back? Could creditors file a judgement against me if all else fails? And wiil the bankruptcy still be on my record...
Hello Expert, My last and final question...
I just want to re-confirm that the trustee will not make me sell my house?
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