MVA insurance lapse default. according to mva i did not have insurance of 2 vehicles that were registered by me from 6/01 to 3/03. i no longer have these vehicles and do not recall what insurance company i had back then. i currently owe a crazy amount of money that i am unable to pay. i just found out about this 2 weeks ago when they sent me a letter to my house. i do not know what to do or what is even possible to try and get this situation fixed. is there a lawyer that can help remove this default or lower the amount owed.
You may want to look into bankruptcy protection if you owe a "crazy" amount of money that you don't think you can repay in 5 years or so. A bankruptcy lawyer can review your entire financial situation and advise you if this option makes sense for you.
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I do not practice in Maryland. But, it is my limited understanding that the fees associated with lapsed auto insurance policy in Maryland can be as much as $2,500.00 per year.It is also my limited understanding that there is a procedure for getting the amount adjusted by filing a form with the MVA.I believe the form can be found at:
I suggest that you consult with a Maryland attorney or contact the MVA to find the proper process for seeking an adjustment. Hopefully, there is no time limit on filing for such an adjustment.