I have 4 vehicles, 2 are paid off (not running) and 2 are financed. We are looking to file for bankruptcy and was wondering how they determine your cars values?
Can they force you to sell the ones that are paid off?
Can they force your to let the financed ones go back even if you get them up to current?
Do they look at the actual cars to determine value or just go off KBB?
I would hate to lose the 2 dependable cars I have that are financed and almost paid off and the 2 others just broke down in the last couple of months and are not worth much until fixed (these are paid off).
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