What Does it Take to Get a Minnesota Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Discharged?

You have waited years for this moment. For the past three, four, or five years you have made sacrifices and diligently made your monthly payment on your Chapter 13 repayment plan. Now the time is nearing for your Chapter 13 repayment plan obligations to be complete. What can you expect to happen, and should you check in with your St. Paul bankruptcy attorney?

 

Getting the Discharge you Deserve

 

Generally, you are entitled to a Chapter 3 bankruptcy discharge in Minnesota if:

 

  • You have made all of your payments in accordance with the terms of your court approved repayment plan.
  • You have completed an approved financial management course.
  • There are no issues left unresolved in your bankruptcy case.

 

If these three conditions are met, then you will automatically receive the discharge from the Bankruptcy Court.

 

Contact a Minneapolis-St. Paul Bankruptcy Attorney for Help

 

You have been working hard over the past few years to satisfy your obligations and get your life back on track. You have been waiting for the day when the Court would discharge your bankruptcy case and the debts at issue in your bankruptcy case would be deemed satisfied.

 

If you have any questions about your discharge or have received any notifications from the Bankruptcy Court or creditors that lead you to believe there might be a problem with your discharge, then please contact an experienced Minneapolis Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer today for more information about your rights. We can be reached at MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203.

 

You can also learn more about the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process in our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota.

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