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Car repossessions and bankruptcy

Car repossessions and bankruptcy

If your car is repossessed you will likely owe the finance company or bank for the costs connected with repossessing your car. More so, you may owe for the difference between what you owed on the vehicle and the amount for which the car was sold at auction. This gap is referred to as a deficiency.

Both the repossession costs and any potential deficiency are dischargeable through a bankruptcy filing.

If your car is repossessed, bankruptcy can also get your car back. Timing and type of bankruptcy are factors in whether your car can be reclaimed if you file for bankruptcy.

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Law Offices of James L. Keenan

2600 H St. Sacramento, CA 95816

Phone: 916-448-6923

Fax: 916-442-6524

Email: jameslkeenan@aol.com

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Evening Appointments Available

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