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My car was repossessed! Can I get it back when I file for bankruptcy?


Maryland bankruptcy attorney William Grafton answers this tricky question — yes, you may be able to get your car back right away as soon as you file for bankruptcy. It will depend on a number of factors, including what chapter of bankruptcy you file, how far behind you are on payments, and how much your loan is compared to the value of your car. If your car was repossessed, call us today to find out if YOUR CAR can be returned through bankruptcy. The call is free. The consultation with our attorneys is free. Call today. (410) 505-0411.

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