You should talk to your attorney but it may be too late to convert to chapter 7 and you may have to pay off much more of your debt then you proposed in your original plan. Speak with your attorney today.
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I'm afraid your statement does not indicate circumstances where conversion to a Chapter 7 would be appropriate.
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I would rate your chances of converting your case to Chapter 7 as slim to none. Though your current income, depending on the number of dependents and deductions, may pass muster under the means test, a conversion normally requires filing an amended Schedule I. Since that Schedule requires a showing not only of your current income but anticipated changes in the coming year, I think it's pretty safe to say that the US Trustee would send one of its attorneys to attend your hearing to ask about your new job.
There's a loophole to the income requirement for filing Chapter 7. If you are 40% disabled veteran and most of the debts were incurred when you were on active duty. Otherwise, I don't see that you have any chance.