You need to speak to a bankruptcy attorney about how you should proceed. You can convert your case to a chapter 7, you could have the chapter 13 split, or you could dismiss yourself out of the chapter 13, as well as continuing the case as is. There are reasons each of these options might make sense, and the answer to your question is somewhat dependent upon which one makes the most sense.Ask a similar question
Need additional information, you should speak with an attorney and evaluate your financial situation given the dissolution of marriage, it will affect income and ability to pay into plan. You may qualify for chapter 7 or continue with chapter 13 or get it dismissed if the outstanding debts are paid by spouse.
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No - what one joint debtor gives to another is not additional income with respect to your Ch13 Plan.Ask a similar question
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