The question is: When do you get a discharge order entered in a Chapter 13 case? Chapter 13 cases vary in their time length. There's three year plans and there's five year plans, and in some cases you can submit plans that are in between that time frame. In order to receive a discharge in a Chapter 13 case, you have to have completed all payments required under your Chapter 13 plan.

Now, depending on whatever time length you've decided upon with your attorney, that will dictate when the discharge order can be entered. Once you've completed all the plan payments whether it be three years or five years or somewhere in between, the Chapter 13 trustee that has appointed over your case will do a final accounting of your case and it will typically be entered within a short time frame thereafter, usually about three months after you've completed plan payments.

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