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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Hardship Discharge in Oregon

Often Oregon debtors in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will hit a rough spot during their case and  request a hardship discharge rather than seek conversion to Chapter 7.  Conversion and hardship discharge are not one in the same. There are specific requirements that must be met before you can even be considered for a hardship [...]

2018-05-15T00:30:15+00:00

What is a Hardship Discharge?

If an individual debtor in a Chapter 13 case is not able to maintain plan payments to the applicable case trustee, it is possible to file a motion for a "hardship" discharge so that the case can be completed. As a practical matter, the relief obtained by the debtor is quite similar to that obtained [...]

2018-05-17T23:47:11+00:00

Can I Lose My Discharge after My Case is Done?

The court may revoke a discharge under certain circumstances. For example, a trustee, creditor, or the U.S. trustee may request that the court revoke the debtor's discharge in a chapter 7 case based on allegations that the debtor: obtained the discharge fraudulently; failed to disclose the fact that he or she acquired or became entitled [...]

2018-05-18T00:00:27+00:00

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