A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be dismissed nearly at any time you no longer wish to remain in the bankruptcy. However, there may be reasons why you would want to stay in the Chapter 13 if you have already begun the process.
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Generally, when a Chapter 7 bankruptcy has been closed by the Bankruptcy Court, it is because the Chapter 7 Trustee has either expressly issued an “Order of Abandonment” abandoning all interest in the debtor’s personal property and real estate or has constructively done so via the entry of a “Report of No Distribution” stating that there are no assets in the estate to distribute, allowing the court clerk to close the case. Once this has occurred, typically, the bankrutpcy is finally over and, if the homeowner wishes to short sell or otherwise dispose of his or her home, he or she is free to do so.
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A Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Michigan generally takes about 4 months from filing to discharge—but there can be complicating factors.
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