The answer is normally, no. Once the bankruptcy case is filed, the debtor(s) usually needs to get the Trustee's permission before he or she can incur additional debt. This includes new credit cards, vehicles, homes, and vacations. The reason being is the idea behind a chapter 13 is that all disposable income should be paid out to secured and unsecured creditors in the form of one payment that is administered by the Chapter 13 Trustee. If the debtor(s) try and incur new debt, that will affect the plan payment being made every month because now there is an additional or, in some cases, a reduction in expenses. If there is a reduction in expenses, the plan payments may go up.
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