I am a bankruptcy attorney and I would be happy to assist you. Unfortunately, since the debt is post-petition it may not be added to their bankruptcy. Federal law prohibits post-petition debts, those incurred after the date of filing. Depending on the size of the debt, the debtor's current financial situation via the confirmed plan, the debtor may wish to consider a few different options. Even if the plan is confirmed, the debtor may file a motion to amend the plan and lower the plan payment to the trustee
based on the new debt they incurred. For example - if the debtor is required to pay medical expenses, he can request a new plan include this new expense, thereby lowering his payment to the trustee. A second option, which is not as recommended, is having the debtor file a notice
to close it and restart everything at square 1. He would not get a refund, since the trustee will have already sent out payments to creditors, but the debtor could refile. He should consult with a local attorney to address all the repercussions of canceling a bankruptcy case prior to receiving a discharge after confirmation. Some repercussions include repossessions, foreclosures, and loss of the bankruptcy stay if they refile.
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