CAN I DISMISS MY CHAPTER 7 CASE?

If a debtor decides to dismiss their Chapter 7 case, the debtor will have to file a motion with the court asking for permission to dismiss.  The Chapter 7 trustee may object to this motion if the trustee feels like there are nonexempt assets that can be taken for the benefit of creditors.  If the judge feels like creditors will be unduly harmed in a dismissal of the Chapter 7 case, the judge may not grant the motion to dismiss the case.

 

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