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That really depends on the rules of the court in the jurisdiction where you filed your bankruptcy case and what your plan terms are. In the Central District of California, they do percentage plans. So, for example, if your plan payment was $500 per month for 60 months and that was going to pay 50 percent of your claims, and some of your creditors do not file claims, then your plan payment would remain the same, but at the end of your case, the Trustee would file a motion to increase the percentage.
Answer Applies to: California