Talk with your attorney about signing a consent order to cover the post-petition arrearage.
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If you have a legal defense, you should cite it. But the fact that you have been out sick isn't a legal defense to not paying your ongoing mortgage debt in your Chapter 13. Your best chance to resolve this will be to reach an agreement with your lender, either with a loan modification or what is called an APO, adequate protection order, in which you arrange to catch up the debt promptly. Hope this perspective helps!Ask a similar question
Probably not. Just have your BK attorney file a new Plan that takes care of the arrears.
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