Bankruptcy Chapter 13

A Second Bite at the Apple: When a Debtor Can Obtain a Discharge in a Chapter 13 Case Even After Her Discharge is Denied or Revoked in an Earlier Chapter 7 Case

A debtor whose discharged is denied or revoked in a Chapter 7 case cannot discharge in a later Chapter 7 case claims incurred before the prior case. 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(10). However, for individuals who qualify for Chapter 13, the denial or revocation of discharge in an earlier Chapter 7 case might not preclude the granting of a so-called “super-discharge” in a later-filed Chapter …