What are the current debt limits for a chapter 13 bankruptcy in 2014?

Currently (as of 10/30/2014):

$383,175 unsecured and

$1,149,525 secured.

debt limits

There are no debt limits for a chapter 7.  If you don’t qualify for a chapter 7 and owe too much for a chapter 13, you will need to call a chapter 11 bankruptcy attorney.  (Not me.  I don’t do chapter 11 cases).

Technically, the debt limits from 11 U.S.C. 109(e), are:

(e) Only an individual with regular income that owes, on the date of the filing of the petition, noncontingent, liquidated, unsecured debts of less than $250,000 and noncontingent, liquidated, secured debts of less than $750,000, or an individual with regular income and such individual’s spouse, except a stockbroker or a commodity broker, that owe, on the date of the filing of the petition, noncontingent, liquidated, unsecured debts that aggregate less than $250,000 and noncontingent, liquidated, secured debts of less than $750,000 may be a debtor under chapter 13 of this title.

But the numbers have an automatic inflation adjustment of 3%, so the real numbers are the $383k and $1.1 million above.