In a chapter 13 bankruptcy, you'll set up a payment plan to pay your creditors. Some payments, such as normal living expenses, can go into the plan or be paid directly. Each case is different, and it's important to pay attention to your plan to see which payments you make through the plan and which ones are paid directly. When you meet with an attorney, they'll advise you on when you should make certain payments so you don't fall behind. Watch the video to learn more.