I co-signed a car loan, it was repo'd, can I file bankruptcy on it?

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Asked at 2012-08-28 08:38:17
I co-signed a loan for another four years ago. The car was repo'd in April , and they want to pay $ 10,000. What I have not. I am a single mother . I can file bankruptcy ? Into this?
Answer1student04Answered at 2012-08-28 09:43:15
Included Yes if you file bankruptcy . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Nearly all bankruptcy attorneys offer free consultations consumer . Take advantage of this to meet with one and get advice based on all the details of your particular situation . You can find a reference to NACBA.org ( National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys ) .
Answer2ishaAnswered at 2012-09-04 13:08:03
A person should never declare bankruptcy unless you owe over $ 65,000 more in medical bills I owe much . Otherwise, it is ruining the next ten years of your life for only $ 29,000 , not worth it. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus If you file bankruptcy then you list " all" that should now or in the past , and that would include the car repo'd . I hope that teaches you to never co-sign a car loan and never give your credit card to anyone. Never give money we do not have . These days, however, if you are employed then the judge will change Chapter 7 to a Chapter 13 and send to mediation so that you can understand a monthly payment plan on all that I owe . So if you are behind on " all " , then you can go to CredAbility ( the government program that helps you pay your bills , helping to establish a payment plan) and they will work with you .
Answer3Jay2Answered at 2012-09-27 15:04:03
Yes when you file bankruptcy can include all your debts and that includes the car loan that you co - signed .
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