T-Boz, of the popular all-girl group TLC, learned this week that her third Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing had been dismissed. According to the court appointed trustee, the singer had not been following the parameters outlined by her bankruptcy agreement. Her trustee claims that the singer has failed to keep up with her bankruptcy payments, did not attend the required meeting of creditors, or provide important financial documents. Since she failed to do all of these things, the bankruptcy judge overseeing her case agreed with the trustee and dismissed it altogether.
The singer will not be allowed to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy again for another six months. When you cannot make payments on your debt anymore, you may want to consider filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. However, you should know that bankruptcy is a legal process that can be tricky. For this reason, you may find it helpful to work with a San Antonio bankruptcy attorney from our team. To enlist our assistance, contact the Malaise Law Firm now.