Law Office of Lynnmarie A. Johnson | Lynnmarie Johnson
You should be fine but make sure you notify the trustee's office if they are taking the money out of your account so that you don't get a bounced check fee. Once that happens a couple of times and they put you on a plan where you have to send in money orders! Please note new address, phones & fax numbers.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
A Fresh Start | Dorothy G Bunce
You are cutting it very close to the bone. I usually expect a notice from the Trustee to dismiss the case when the payments are more than 15 days late. Remember, mailing time must be factored in and the post office is very busy and very slow this time of year. However, the Trustee must schedule a hearing before the Judge to dismiss your case and if you bring your payments current before that date, it is likely that the Trustee will withdraw the motion.
Answer Applies to: Nevada
Law offices of John P. Brooke | John Brooke
It depends on the trustee in your case but in the Eastern District of New York where I practice generally the trustee's won't make a motion to dismiss your bankruptcy until you are a few months behind. You may want to contact either your attorney, or if you filed pro se, the trustee and explain to him/her your situation. I would believe that since you have never been late before and you are well into the plan that the trustee probably isn't going to jump to dismiss right away.
Answer Applies to: New York
Gregory J. Wald, Attorney at Law | Gregory J. Wald
In Minnesota, the trustees will normally file a motion to dismiss when you are two months behind in payments. Once the motion is filed, you must get caught up by the hearing date or make some kind of arrangement with the trustee or file a modified plan in order to deal with the default, or the case can be dismissed.
Answer Applies to: Minnesota