Qualifications for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Florida Bankruptcy


If you think you want to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there is a comprehensive “means test” used to determine if you can qualify. In general, you can qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida if your monthly income over the past six months has averaged:

• One-person household: $3,423

?• Two-person household: $4,339?

• Three-person household: $4,864?

• Four-person household: $5,730

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