You have a safety responsibility suspension(s). If the creditors will note accept a payment plan, you may need to file bankruptcy which will wipe out the suspensions.Ask a similar question
Some civil judgments cannot be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy to qualify for a clean slate for your respective driving privilege reinstatement you seek. First consult with a good bankruptcy attorney on the possibility of a discharge of those outstanding financial liabilities.
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You really need to sit down with a bankruptcy attorney. Good luck.
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