Chapter 13 will do just that. It will consolidate your debt and give you an affordable monthly payment. Depending on what you can afford to pay, you may pay back 100% or less than 10% of your debt over a period of three to five years. Interest stops accruing and creditors can only file a claim for the amount you owe when the case is filed. So long as you complete the plan you will be debt free at the end of the plan. Some of your debt may be nondischargeable such as court fines and those debts must be paid in full through the plan. An local attorney will be able to give you specifics on what debt will be dischargeable and how much your monthly payment will be.
It depends on the basis of the debt. They may be dischareable, however, they can always be paid off in a 13.
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The court fines are nondischargable. Filing a Chap. 13 will allow those fines to be paid off during the plan's term, but they cannot be eliminated without paying them off in full. The eviction won't be removed from your credit report - the bankruptcy won't affect that at all.
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