by Tracy J. Wrisinger, Esq.
A husband and wife file for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 13 in an attempt to reorganize their financial affairs and reduce the stress in their lives . . . only to discover the marriage is irretrievably broken. The Chapter 13 Plan for repayment has been confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court. Now what?
Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon problem. Often the Chapter 13 Plan is based on the household income of both spouses, as well as on a single household of expenses. Moreover, unlike their divorce counsel, the bankruptcy attorney represents both spouses.Read More