When you said "put a car in," I can only assume you mean chapter 13, since you can't put a car in a chapter 7. If it's a chapter 13, you will need to have your attorney file a Motion to Incur Debt, which is going to take about 60 days to get approved once he files it. The bankruptcy court will have to give you permission to go out and get another car loan, but it can be done, as long as you have a bank willing to extend you credit while you're in chapter 13. If it's a chapter 7, there is a bank that works "exclusively" w/people who are in a "current" chapter 7. They are U.S. Bank, and they have programs that will put you in a car no older than 3 years, as well as other programs for car owners, and you will not be hit w/ridiculous financing charges or a car you can't afford. They will base the amount of car you get on your debt/income ratio, per the bankruptcy. The program is called 722 Redemption. Hope this helps.
You not only can, you must. All creditors must be listed in any bankruptcy filing.
any car you have it has to be added to your bankruptcy but you get to keep it, as long as you don't go out and buy a brand new car then file , that wont work they wont put that on you will have to pay for it
Yes. Do the paperwork with the bank and file it with the state to get the title changed.
No, filing for bankruptcy does not discharge or reduce the principle on student loans, though the bankruptcy process may put 'recovery attempts' on temporary hold. Regarding mortgages, filing bankruptcy will potentially discharge your debt, though you may lose your home unless you choose to file a Chapter 13, which will allow you to consolidate debts and retain your home if you so choose.
Any leftover debt from that car repossession can be put in your bankruptcy petition..so if you owed $12k and the bank sold it for $6k..then you can file bankruptcy on the remaining $6k.
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy forces all of your creditors to stop harassing you, as all proceedings are temporary put to a halt while the bankruptcy is processed. However, you typically have to take the initiative and show proof of your bankruptcy to the bank for them to stop harassing you.
IF YOU GOING TO FILE BANKRUPTCY KEEP YOUR CAR AND PUT IT IN YOUR BANKRUPTCY IF YOU NEED YOUR CAR. IF YOU JUST WANT TO GIVE IT BACK JUST GIVE IT BACK ANY TIME BUT THE LOAN STILL GOING ON YOUR CREDIT FILE SO IF I WAS YOU I'LL PUT IT IN WHAT EVER CHAPTER YOUR FILEING.
You cannot file a lien on your own car to prevent another from filing a lien on your car. If you owe someone money they may be able to put a lien on your car so that they are paid in full.
Yes, unless you were smart enough to put some of these investments in your spouse's name or someone else's name. * In the US property and assets that are subject to seizure and liquidation by the bankruptcy court is determined by the type of bankruptcy that is filed and whether it is a federal or state filing.
Here is a good rule of thumb--when filing for bankruptcy you list EVERYTHING! And by everything, I mean everything. Courts do not appreciate even unintentional concealments of sources of income. My advice to you is to contact an attorney that specializes in bankruptcy to help you with the application and process. Doing so would answer questions like where to put what and also familiarize yourself with what debts are and are not dischargeable.
No. Bankruptcy doesn't erase anything from your credit. In fact, it adds a very, very, bad thing to it.