I have a 2012 Chevy, which my mom is a
co-borrower. Due to some financial medical issues, i just can't afford this vehicle and need to be in something less expensive. Is there no loopholes or anything that could help me get out of this vehicle? Obviously, i don't have the credit so i can't refinance the car so that its in only my name. I can't file a bankruptcy, cause its only been 2yrs since my Chapter 7 discharge. I know in 2 more years i could do a 13, but don't believe since my mom's name is on this loan, that i'd even be able to put that in there. And no, my mom does not want the car, she is 70, and does not want any further bills. Her current car is paid off and she likes it that way...
Does anyone have any suggestions?
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