Q: Can I ask for a fee waiver for filing Chapter 7 if I am going to resubmit?
I filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I completed everything that was needed to do so. Somewhere along the lines I got confused and sent my second course completed paperwork to my trustee instead of the courts. The courts discharged my filing. I got told that I have to resubmit. I do not have the money to resubmit So am I able to ask for the fee waiver even though I am doing a resubmit?
A: Yes. You can ask for consideration in fee waiver.
A: Check with your local legal aid office about filing a motion to reopen your case so that you can file the certificate. This way you don't need to start over and have two different bankruptcy cases on your credit report. They can also help you with an application for a fee waiver.
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