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Filing Bankruptcy in Columbus Ohio to Get Driver’s License Reinstated in Franklin County

Filing bankruptcy doesn’t only eliminate most of your debts, but can also help you get your driver’s license back from suspension. Ohio law considers reinstatement fees as a debt that may be dischargeable or eliminated in bankruptcy under ORC 4510.10(G). As soon as your bankruptcy petition is filed, you can take your bankruptcy petition to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) to get your driver’s license reinstated. The Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will review the documentation and remove the fees from your record that were included in the bankruptcy petition. Bankruptcy documentation may be filed in person at any Reinstatement Center location or may be mailed to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Attn: Compliance Unit, P.O. Box 16583, Columbus, Ohio 43216-6583.

I was Involved in a Car Accident. Can Filing Bankruptcy Get My Driver’s License Back from Suspension and Stop a Wage Garnishment from a Lawsuit Filed Against Me?

YES, bankruptcy can help!  A car accident can be a traumatic experience to encounter. It is something that happens when you least expect it and something you cannot foresee. Recovering from damages incurred in a car accident can be difficult. Sometimes the car insurance policy does not cover the entire bill and you can be left with a payment amount that would be next to impossible to pay. The situation can become even worse if there is no insurance on the vehicle at the time of the accident. If the person responsible for the auto accident is unable to pay the debt owed from the accident, the driver could lose their license and get their wages garnished until the amount is satisfied.  Filing bankruptcy will eliminate the debt owed from the lawsuit, stop a wage garnishment, and allow you to get your driver’s license back from suspension.  Call today to schedule a free bankruptcy consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney that cares! 614-934-1544

How Does Bankruptcy Stop a Wage Garnishment in Franklin County Ohio?

Filing bankruptcy will automatically stop a wage garnishment.  As soon as your bankruptcy petition is filed, legal documentation will be sent to the necessary parties and the wage garnishment will stop immediately by Federal law.  Filing bankruptcy will stop a lawsuit from beginning and continuing.  Filing bankruptcy will stop or cease all creditor collection efforts against you.  When you file bankruptcy, most of your debts will be eliminated.  Essentially, the creditor will not be able to collect on a debt that is no longer there.  For more information about filing bankruptcy or how to stop a wage garnishment call 614-934-1544!  Help is just one phone call away!

Debts Eliminated When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

  • Credit Cards
  • Medical Bills
  • Personal Loans
  • Utility Bills
  • Items Sent to Third-Party Collections
  • Debt Owed From a Foreclosed Home
  • Debt Owed From Repossessed Vehicles
  • Evictions
  • Attorney Fees
  • Reinstatement Fees
  • Some Tax Debt

Call Today to Schedule a Free Consultation With an Experienced Attorney Who Cares About YOU that CAN Help!

The Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus cares and can help you craft a plan to rebuild your financial future. We understand the stress of financial worry. We use a personal approach to solving your financial challenges and are here to help you through this difficult time. We pride ourselves on the ability to provide our legal expertise with compassion and understanding. We ensure that your rights are protected and never hesitate to take immediate action when time is of the essence. We can meet with you at our conveniently located offices in Columbus and Chillicothe. Call today for a free consultation! Help is just one phone call away! 614-934-1544

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