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Car Payment, Repo, and Bankruptcy

What happens to your car in a bankruptcy? Chances are that you can keep the vehicle. Staying current is key.

If you're not current, you'll need to get current quick. We can discuss this when you complete the steps.

You need to be careful about reaffirming debt. This is where they try to get you to sign a new contract. We will advise you each step of the way on this. Normally it's not a good idea to reaffirm contracts.

If you're facing a car repossession, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may buy you some time, but it will not allow you to catch up. There is a way to do it in a bancruptcy, but you won't be qualifying for the special price on our website special here.

If you had a car repo and now they're suing you for the balance, we need to get you to start the steps as soon as possible!

 

 

We are a federally designated debt relief agency pursuant to Title 11 of the US Code.
We provide legal assistance and help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code
Law Office of Hale A. Antico