Are you asking how long you have to wait to file to prevent the $2,650 loan being deemed to be non-dischargeable?
How soon can I apply for chapter 13 bankruptcy
Can I apply with any of the tri-state attorneys
In a Chapter 13, will my collateral be saved
What do I do to stop ACH of my bills to these creditors.
1) If you have not already filed a Bankruptcy in the past, you can now apply for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy as soon as you want.
2) You can use any attorney who is admitted to the Bankruptcy court in the state in which you live.
3) You should be able to stop the ACH payments by telling the creditors to stop the automatic payments. If they will not stop, you will have to close the account(s) that automatic deductions are being taken from.
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