People sometimes find it necessary to file bankruptcy again. The good news is you can file again; the bad news is you may want to wait a while. Under the new bankruptcy law, you can file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy eight years after you initially filed for Chapter 7 . You must wait four years to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy again.
You can actually file for Chapter 13 even before the 4 year limit, but in this case you’ll have to pay back 100% of your debt over time. While this might not sound like an appealing option, it may be a useful approach for people attempting to save their home from foreclosure.