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What if the debtor is temporarily unable to make the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy payments?

If the debtor is temporarily out of work, injured, or otherwise unable to make the payments required under a chapter 13 plan, the plan can usually be modified so as to enable the debtor to resume the payments when he or she is able to do so. If it appears that the debtor's inability to make the required payments continue indefinitely or for an extended period, the case may be dismissed or converted to Chapter 7.

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