The Chapter 13 plan is the crux of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. The plan lays out how much each creditor will get paid, how long the plan will last, the values of the debtor's property, and more. The plan must be confirmed by the bankruptcy court in order for the case to proceed. The bankruptcy trustee and creditors can object to various aspects of the plan.
Below you'll find articles on what debts must be paid through the plan, how much you'll have to pay each month, what happens at the plan confirmation hearing, and your options if you can't complete your plan.