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Does the time between bankruptcies go from the filing date of the first or the discharge date?
The eight year prohibition runs from filing date to filing date.
The filing date of the converted Chapter 7 is the date that the Chapter 13, which was converted into a Chapter 7, was filed.
Which is a long way around of saying yes (assuming there are no other problems).
I don't think so. It was a Chapter 7 discharge and it was less than 8 years ago.
If your husband has received a discharge in a prior chapter 7 case, he must wait 8 years after the filing of the prior chapter 7 before he can file another chapter 7 case.
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