You should be aware that if you attempt to file a 2nd bankruptcy case right away, that you will only have 30 days of protection from any foreclosure or wage garnishment.
In addition, you should understand that if you make a mistake on this 2nd case, you may become ineligible to file another bankruptcy for quite a while. OUCH!
Since you are already here on AVVO, why not use the Find a Lawyer search feature to obtain information about hiring a bankruptcy attorney? You can obtain info about what the lawyer says about him/herself, what other lawyers say, and most importantly, what the lawyer's former clients say.
Hope this perspective helps!
I suggest you meet with a very good bankruptcy attorney.
If you go on the site www.nacba.org you will find lawyers who are in the bankruptcy court everyday.
There is a good chance you will be able to file a new case.
With all the rules of the new Bankruptcy regulations its easy to miss a deadline.
Collect all of your materials and make an appointment with an attorney who is a member of NACBA.
I am sure they will take good care of you.
And say jeffrey freedman from buffalo ny sent you.
If your case was dismissed as a consequence of not complying with Section 521 (filing all required documents) or Section 341 (not appearnce at your Meeting of Creditors), you wil most likly have to file a new petition.
I suggest that you contact your local bar association for a referral to an experienced bankruptcy attorney. If you cannot afford any attorney, your bar assoication may be able to determine if you may qualify for pro-bono services.