Probably not unless you submit the proper form/request to your chapter 13 trustee's office requesting the voluntary withholding order. A better question might be whether it is still best for you to remain in the chapter 13 case and/or whether you have the ability to convert to chapter 7 as well. Please review your goals and your income and expenses with your bankruptcy attorney so that you can be sure that you are still on the right track.
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The answer may not be so simple im that I would first look at your divorce or property settlement agreement. If your ex was required to make these payments pursuant to your divorce you could possibly take action to have him continue to make the payments. Also, if it was a joint petition, then there must be a reason why he converted to a 7 and you may also be able to convert to a 7. First we need to know why you filed a joint 13. Was it to save the house, because you earned to much money? Why did he keep the house, was that part of the divorce? If you do nothing, then your case may be dismissed for failure to pay under th plan. The payments will not come directly from your check unless you notify the trustee of a change. Finally, the payments would likely change and you may have to file a new plan if you are relying on your income alone. This needs to be looked into before you take any action. However, do not wait because your plan payments are going to fall behind the first month.
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