One car is worth about 2900, I have a car repair estimate of about 1300 that is wrong with it. The other car was recently appraised between 800-1,000 dollars. Has anyone who filed ch 7 been able to keep both cars? They have no liens on them. My second car is a camaro, it hasn't been restored and needs alot work, but I bought it in 2004 when gas prices were much lower. I have been struggling with paying my credit cards for about a yr now, I make less than what my minium due's are, and have been transfering balances in order to pay them. Every cent of my pay went for cc payments, then I'd have to buy food, gas, etc on credit. It was a vicious circle. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Also should I tell my lawyer about the car repair estimate? Thank you.
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