Chapter 13 Qualification:

Real Estate Debt:

Leave these questions $0 if you are surrendering the house,
or if you have nothing past due.

Total amount past due on mortgage
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Total amount past due on 2nd mortgage, home equity line of credit, etc.
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Automobile Debt:

This will be paid off during the plan.

Automobile 1: Enter balance due or fair market value
Required
Automobile 2: Enter balance due or fair market value
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Other Debt:

Collateralized loans or other obligations.

Secured loan balance in arrears
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Tax debt in arrears
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Do you owe any domestic support obligations such as child support or alimony in arrears?
Required
Alimony in arrears
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Child support in arrears
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Final Questions:

Approximately how much unsecured debt do you have?
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How often do you receive a paycheck?
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How much do you receive in your paycheck BEFORE taxes?
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How would you pay for the bankruptcy?
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