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Motor Vehicle Related Debt Help through Bankruptcy

Motor vehicle related debt is a common concern of consumers. This type of debt may take various forms either singly or in combination including past due installment payments, unpaid lease payments, disputes with lenders on the amount of debt owed or money claims for damages related to the ownership or use of a motor vehicle. Any of the forgoing types of debt claims can create serious financial pressures for a consumer. The experienced Minnesota bankruptcy lawyers at Neff Law Firm, P.A., have provided to many consumers debt help through bankruptcy.

Consultation with a Minnesota Bankruptcy Lawyer

Consumers who are concerned with automobile or other motor vehicle related debt may be eligible for debt relief through bankruptcy. A Minnesota Bankruptcy attorney from Neff law Firm, P.A. will consult with you on your financial situation and discuss with you the options that are available to you. A multitude of financial pressures can be discussed with the Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer including delinquent car loans, contract disputes, lease claims, and damage claims related to the use or ownership of an automobile. The bankruptcy lawyer will discuss with you relevant financial pressures, do a means test evaluation and go over the different types of bankruptcy proceedings, such as Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. At that time, the Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer can explain whether you are qualified for debt relief through bankruptcy. For legal help please call the central scheduling number of 952-831-6555 to set up an appointment to meet for a consultation with an experienced Minnesota bankruptcy attorney. Convenient office locations in the Minneapolis - St. Paul metropolitan area (the Twin cities) are available for appointments.

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