well i asked my lawyer because i was confused and the "paralegal" answers the questions and i still have the email, basically she misunderstood what i was asking and thought i knew it was to be paid, "due" 30 days later, but i was given the answer to my question as, "yes you are correct" to this. I NEED TO KNOW IF I AM UNDERSTANDING CORRECTLY THAT I NEED TO START TO TAKE OUT PAYMENTS 30 DAYS AFTER MY FILING IF THEY DON'T COME OUT ON THEIR OWN ALREADY. it was a honest mistake, and nobody said anything about me being behind until i logged on to the trustee website and it said i was delinquent. once i found that out i figured i would be dismissed and didn't wanna waste any more money being sent in figured i would be loosing it
to lawyer fees. so i got even further behind. now that i understand i want to fix it but that's alot of money to fix unless i were to give them my entire check next pay day. which i obviously can't afford. so i wondered if making up those payments would be possible in smaller amounts. or is that even heard of by a trusee to be helpful like that? i hear they are horrible to deal with.
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