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Bankruptcy Can Help You Pay Off Your Fines And Retain Your Driver’s License

It may not be the first solution you think of when struggling with debts incurred by a motor vehicle accident, but bankruptcy offers drivers the opportunity to pay off fines and other debts while retaining their licenses.

If You Are At Risk Of Losing Your Driver’s License, Our Attorneys Can Help

At Gentry Arnold PLLC, we help people in Memphis and throughout western Tennessee solve legal and financial problems. By handling a variety of practice areas, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we combine the skill, experience and network of resources necessary to help people find sustainable solutions.

Many of our peers who handle criminal defense matters turn to us when their clients face substantial debts or a suspended driver’s license stemming from court costs and fines. Perhaps you were involved in an accident and don’t have insurance, and you have been sued by the other driver’s insurance company or your license has been suspended. Depending on the circumstances, Chapter 13, or wage earner’s bankruptcy, may be an option for gradually paying off your debt and retaining your driver’s license. Chapter 7 bankruptcy can often eliminate debt from an accident and get your license back.

Learn More About Bankruptcy Protections By Speaking With A Lawyer

If you are facing a pile of court fines, are being sued by the insurance company and stand to lose your driver’s license, reach out to us at Gentry Arnold PLLC by calling 901-591-8800 or contact us via email by completing our online contact form.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.