Local practice controls the answer to your question, so what happens in one part of your state may not be the way it shakes in your part of the state. Ask your attorney or ask the trustee. Hope this perspective helps!Ask a similar question
As Ms Bunce has said, this will depend on the practice of the Trustees in your District; but if your Applicable Commitment Period was only 36 months instead of 60, you have a better chance of getting out just paying the balance of your Plan.Ask a similar question
I agree with my colleagues.
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The answer to your question is most likely yes. The way to end the chapter 13 early (in Orlando, at least) is for you to pay all the creditors, including unsecureds, 100%. However, as was suggested, the best way to find out the exact answer to this question is to contact the chapter 13 trustee office. They will be able to look at your exact case and provide you with specific answers. Good luck!
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