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Will I Be Able to Buy a Car After Bankruptcy? – Gina

“Dear Steve,

I am in the process of filing it will take place soon as I am done paying off attorneys fees , This is for a chapter 7..I got sick back in 08 and was unable to pay my credit cards ..so since then there are huge interest fees attached..and everything is in collections…

I will want to buy a car maybe in 2 years or so..Will this be hard for me to do..? Will I have a hard time when it comes to looking for one?Will people turn me away?

Gina”

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Will I Be Able to Buy a Car After Bankruptcy?   Gina

Dear Gina,

These are excellent questions for your bankruptcy attorney as well.

If you focus on rebuilding your credit following your bankruptcy, it should not be a problem to buy a car in the future. See this post about what to do.

If you follow that guide and save up a downpayment I think you’ll find you have little trouble in buying a new car in the future.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

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