I wrote about a situation I'm in on another bankruptcy site and wanted to see what others thought about my question and people's responses.
I am filing bankruptcy on this coming Tuesday. I'm $10,000 dollars below the median income for my area and nearly $25,000 below for my state. I have no assets. Between December of this year and July of next year, I am likely to quit my job and move about 800 miles away without any sort of prospectives of a job. People on the other forum mentioned this could raise flags to the trustee, however, if my bankruptcy is discharged will it make a difference if I quit my job and move?
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