I have failed to make my Chapter 12 plan payments, do I need an Attorney?

It is critical that you make all Chapter 12 plan payments be made in a timely fashion. When you fail to make these monthly payments, it is likely that your case will be dismissed. However, if you hire a Chapter 12 bankruptcy attorney, under some circumstances you may be able to prevent your case from being dismissed due to failed plan payments. For example, if circumstances have happened which is beyond or through no-fault of your own, an attorney can help you with requesting a hardship discharge. Under the federal law, a hardship discharge can generally be granted to a debtor under these instances. Contact an attorney immediately to discuss what legal options are available to you when you have failed to make your plan payments.

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