Yes, you may file for bankruptcy more than once. However, there is a limit to the total number of filings you can make, and a definite amount of time must pass between each one.
You are allowed to file Chapter 7 one time every 8 years. Chapter 13 filings can be made more frequently, but they can only be filed one at a time. To effectively file, you must have received credit counseling within 180 days prior to your filing date. You also cannot have had a discharged bankruptcy petition within 180 days preceding to filing.
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