Your Property in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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For the most part, you get to keep your property in Chapter 13 bankruptcy. But it's not always so simple. For example, if your property secures a debt, you'll have to keep up with payments. 

Below you'll find articles and links that discuss what happens to your property in Chapter 13 -- from what happens if you receive an inheritance during your plan period to how the trustee will treat your leases or unexpired contracts. You'll also find information about important types of property and the debts that are secured by that property -- such as cars, homes, and nonresidential real estate. 

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