I am about to file for bankruptcy, and I have a vehicle that was repo'd and charged off 2 years ago. I have another vehicle through the same lender that I only owe $3000 on. I am wanting to keep the vehicle and reaffirm, but the attorney I spoke with said it's possible the repo'd loan is tied to this loan and they could want to repo the current vehicle, or they would want the full amount of the repo'd loan in order for me to keep paying off the current vehicle. Does that sound right?
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