The court cannot force you to get a job. if your disability runs out that will be taken into consideration. The analysis does not matter if it is a 13 or a 7.
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The court cannot make you work.
Yest the court will take into account the disability income you have received over the last 6 months or so. In a Chapter 7, your disability income will be combined with your husband's income to determine whether you, as a couple, are eligible to file Chapter 7. In a Chapter 13, your disability income will be combined with your husband's income to determine how much, if any, of your unsecured debt you will be required to pay through your Chapter 13 plan.