Can Bankruptcy Save My Home And My Vehicle?
In a word, yes. By filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we can save your house and car. Because these are secured debts, meaning if you don’t make the loan payments the lender has the right to take the property back, you cannot just discharge these debts as you could with unsecured debt, like credit cards or medical bills. However, we can help you structure a plan that will allow you to pay these debts back over time.
Lefkovitz & Lefkovitz has guided thousands of people in Nashville and all over Middle Tennessee through bankruptcy and on to a better, healthier financial life. Our attorneys are well-known for finding solutions to your difficult financial problems when other lawyers have turned you down. There is very little we haven’t been able to solve during our 37 years of practice.
So How Do I Keep My House And Car After Bankruptcy
Actually, you keep your house and car during bankruptcy. Once you complete your bankruptcy, you will have caught up on your back payments and be square with your lenders.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is commonly known as wage earners bankruptcy. When you file, an automatic stay will stop foreclosure on your house and repossession of your car. It allows you to create a payment plan so you can pay back your overdue payments in either three or five years and you get to stay in your house and keep your car. During that time, you have to keep up with current payments as well.
Once you have finished your payment plan, any additional unsecured debts, like credit card debt or medical bills, will be discharged. You will be all caught up on your arrearages and able to start fresh.
We will sit down with you and discuss all of your options. We will answer all of your questions and walk you step by step through the entire process. Our main goal is to help you keep the things that matter most to you while getting out from under your mountain of debt.
Keep Your Important Assets While Getting Out Of Debt
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.