Serving Areas in Orlando, Minneola, and Clermont
A previous bankruptcy filing could prevent you from filing bankruptcy again. The most common scenario where this comes up is, a person receives a discharge from a Chapter 7 case and must wait eight years to file another case. However, you don't always have to wait eight years. For example, you could file Chapter 13 four years after receiving your discharge from a Chapter 7 and be eligible to file in a Chapter 13.