Absolutely the only way to prevent a Bankruptcy case from being dismissed for that reason is to immediately bring the payments current. There is no other way.
This is because Bankruptcy trustees have no tolerance for missed payments.
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You generally have to bring the payments current by the date of the hearing.
If the case is dismissed, you can file another case after 180 days.
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The hearing will take place within one week, and I am sure you have to bring the payments current within that time.
The case can be dismissed right away once a payment is late.
The automatic stay is stopped as soon as a Bankruptcy case is dismissed. Once the stay is stopped, creditors can proceed in the same manner as before the Bankruptcy was filed.
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