Yes, it's possible. You could pay the trustee
the remaining balance and then ask the court to order the case discharged early. But, the trustee may start wondering where that money came from, and whether you have been "hiding the ball," if you catch my meaning. So, paying off the debt early could backfire, and if nothing else, may create additional questions and perhaps even court action to try to discover why you have all this additional disposable income.
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