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Yes it is possible, but you really should use an attorney, most offer free consultations, and can even roll much of their fee into the chapter 13.
You need to make sure you follow your local court requirements.
Check with the local clerk's office, they usually have a 'filing without an attorney' checklist for you
you need to make sure you have all your documents needed to file,and file them at the correct time.
you need to take your credit counseling course before filing and file the certificate with the case.
the clerk should have a list of approved providers.
thank you for your question, good luck
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