What is feasibility? Feasibility is your inability to make your trustee payments. This decision is made by the trustee who assesses your income and expenses.
How do you overcome this? It is a difficult thing to overcome if you are not generating additional income. If, at the time of filing, a spouse was not working and now they are, then it may be a simple thing to overcome and show the trustee that you are able to make the payments. In some cases it may be impossible. You may have to reconsider your situation. You may need to consider looking for a room-mate, or possibly letting something go, both of which will help lower your trustee payments.
If you have any concerns that about an objection that arises from the trustee, get with your attorney immediately to see what actions need to be taken to resolve the objection.
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