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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – How are the repayment figures calculated?

I am thinking of filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I already have one judgment against me and I am worried another collection agency will be taking further action. How do they calculate the amount that the Trustee will accept for repayment? I am already paying close to $1000 for my unsecured debtors. I am concerned because I am going to have some large medical bills in the near future. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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