Sunday, March 03, 2013
Can I keep a car or automobile if I file for chapter 7 personal bankruptcy?
In New York a debtor can file bankruptcy and keep 1 car that has no more than $4,000 of equity. If the car or automobile is new or has a loan, equity is calculated by taking the difference between the value of the car and the outstanding loan against the car. To determine the value of a car, a debtor can get a letter from an automobile dealer appraising the car or use the Kelly Blue book values
Posted by James Shenwick