I recently financed a car while in the process of filing for bankruptcy now there telling me my loan has been dismissed through my bankruptcy case and now they are not allowing me to make payments I just wanted to know what are the next steps and what's the worse that can happen ?
Well, I can't tell for sure what you are trying to say, but it sounds as if you are saying the loan was discharged. What could happen, worst case scenario I suppose, is that they could repossess. Typically they would have a right to do that if you did not reaffirm the loan. The reaffirmation has to be done before the date of the discharge, so it might be too late now.
This question creates the impression that you are a person who is doing this without a lawyer. If you had a lawyer, you would most likely have this all figured out before the case is even filed. You need a lawyer yesterday. Find one now quick. Possibilities still exist for fixing your issue, but you need help.
This response is for general information purposes only and does not create an attorney-client relationship. You should consult the attorney of your choice concerning the details of your case. This is not a substitute for actually meeting face to face with a competent lawyer.
Your case highlights the risk of "do-it-yourself" bankruptcy. You seem to have succeeded in securing a discharge, but you're in uncertain waters regarding your car -- the car you likely need to get to work.
Various legal aid societies provide free legal services in certain circumstances. Potential pro se bankruptcy filers should exhaust all pro bono possibilities before doing it themselves.
From the facts given above it would appear that the finance company was successful in modifying the Automatic Stay thus allowing them to repossess your car. Presumably the Chapter 7 will proceed and you will obtain a discharge of debts.
You likely would have been better off filing a Chapter 13.
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