By Ullian Associates of The Law Firm of Ullian & Associates, P.C. on April 21, 2015
Chapter 13 does not put any restraints on where you can live and work. If you move to another state, your case can be transferred to that state, if necessary, and be administered by a different Chapter 13 Trustee. If you are able to improve your lifestyle and job situation, do not let the bankruptcy interfere with the move. As with all moves, be sure to contact your bankruptcy attorney to keep him/her updated on your mailing address. Your attorney can then file the necessary paperwork and work with the Trustee to ensure a smooth transfer of your case.
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