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Q: Completed Chp 13 and received discharge of debtor letter from court. If need 401k for unexpected things would I be ok?

I filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy in the western district of Missouri. I have completed my plan and my trustee submitted the completion of plan payments with the court and already stopped wage garnishments. I also have already received my discharge of debtor letter from the federal court. I need to take a 401k loan for some unexpected auto repair expenses. Is there a certain length of time I need to wait before I can do this or would I be OK at this point.

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David Reese Fondren
David Reese Fondren
Answered
  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • St. Charles, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: This is the 3rd time I have seen this exact question from you.

David Reese Fondren
David Reese Fondren
Answered
  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • St. Charles, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: There is no reason to repeat a question over and over. If someone wants to answer it, they will. It only clutters up the questions and makes it difficult for people to get information.

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