Your discharge from bankruptcy will occur on or about 60 days from the date of your Meeting of Creditors.
Your hearing will be scheduled four (4) to six (6) weeks from the date we filed your Petition. If you have not received a Notice within a week of filing, please contact the office.
There is zero truth that you will automatically lose your home or car. The average consumer retains his/her home, car and other possessions. We will discuss how to "exempt" (protect) your assets.
Yes, your bankruptcy status will not be published in the local paper or posted publicly online.
Most individuals considering filing for bankruptcy are facing maxed our credit cards and collections. Bankruptcy provides a fresh start! A discharge erases credit card balances, store cards and medical bills!
Student Loans are not dischargeable through bankruptcy.
Please mail Chapter 13 payments to:
Charles J. DeHart, III, Trustee
P.O. Box 7005
Lancaster, PA 17604
Please visit www.trustee13.com. Select Charles DeHart. You can access only your case by entering your case number (Example:(yy-nnnnn)) as the user id & the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number as your password.
Depending on when your case is filed, your mortgage company and auto lien holder will file a Proof of Claim that factors in all payments up to the filing date. If they did not yet receive this month’s payment they will include an arrearage amount that must be factored in your chapter 13 plan.
Download your case instructions from the Chapter 13 Trustee, Charles J. DeHart, III.