Unexpected Benefit: Get Back Your Just Repossessed Vehicle

Wasson and ThornhillVehicle Loans

File bankruptcy before your lender takes your vehicle. But if you couldn’t, bankruptcy may still get back your just-repossessed vehicle.   When Does a Lender Repossess a Vehicle? When CAN a vehicle lender repossess your vehicle? Just about all vehicle loan contracts let the lender repossess the minute you are late on a payment. There may be a legal grace … Read More

Unexpected Benefit: Reinstate Your License Suspended for Unpaid Tickets

Wasson and ThornhillBankruptcy Advice

Bankruptcy may be able to reinstate your license suspended for unpaid traffic tickets. Depends on whether the laws violated are crimes.   We’re deep into a series of blog posts about powerful, less familiar benefits of bankruptcy. One important one is reinstating your suspended driver’s license. Whether bankruptcy can reinstate your license depends a lot on the reason for the … Read More

Unexpected Benefit: Reinstate Your Suspended Driver’s License

Wasson and ThornhillBankruptcy Options

Bankruptcy can reinstate your suspended driver’s license.  Depends. Can likely if it was suspended for an unpaid debt from an accident.   We’re continuing a series of blog posts about the powerful but less obvious benefits of bankruptcy. Bankruptcy gives you immediate and long-term relief from your debts. But it can do other very important things you may not know … Read More

Unexpected Benefit: Remove a Judgment Lien from the Title to Your Home

Wasson and ThornhillCreditor Lawsuits

Usually you can’t change a secured debt into an unsecured one, even in bankruptcy.  But you often CAN remove a judgment lien from your home.   We’re on a series of blog posts about the powerful but less obvious benefits of bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can do much more than just give you immediate and long-term relief from your debts. Today we … Read More