File More Than Once?
Can I File For Bankruptcy More Than Once?
YOUR BANKRUPTCY CASE HAS BEEN DISMISSED! YOU MAYBE ELIGIBLE TO REFILE.
With little or no money up front (if you qualify), there is a way (perfectly legitimate, legal, honorable way) to stop foreclosures and repossessions, to put an end to lawsuits, to stop wage garnishments, and to get those pesky debt collectors off your back. The U.S. Congress has passed legislation that protects you and provides for a "Chapter 13" debt repayment plan.
Your creditors can now pursue all legal remedies which may include repossession of your automobile, foreclosure, lawsuits, sheriff's sale and more.
If your case was dismissed through no fault of your own, such as:
You were unable to file all the necessary documents and or schedules.
You were unable or unwilling to make your plan payments to the Trustee.
Your circumstances changed after you filed your petition.
You were unable to attend your meeting of creditors.
Your plan was not feasible.
You were unable or failed to pay your filing fees.
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