At least fake some humility and realism about what you've done. You're about to discharge your various obligations in bankruptcy, including at least 3 of your 4 very expensive cars, including one you only leased 2 onths ago, because all of a sudden you can't pay your bills. You'll be lucky if you get to keep your most affordable $400/car --you and/or your wife may have to take the bus for awhile until you get back on your feet.
Don't expect much sympathy from your bankruptcy trustee (or anyone else) because you want to keep another one of your luxury cars. You're now a "debtor," and your new lifestyle means making sacrifices, just like you're forcing all your creditors to do.
Ask your BK lawyer for more information on this process.
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You've actually asked many versions of this same question. It is like you want a different answer from the same fact pattern. You also have an attorney that has given you about the same information you get here. I'm actually surprised that you are even able to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy under the #'s you game earlier - you had $3,300 a month just in car payments - and you needed good income to qualify for the recent 1,100 lease 2 months ago.
Good luck with your situation. The fact that you just leased the car for 1,100 and probably have not even made the first lease payment will not be good fact pattern to ask for a lower lease payment.
Please remember, if you keep asking the same question with the same fact pattern you are going to get the same answer. I know you want the car and you feel you "deserve" it from your prior question here on AVVO, but you can't ask you have the benefits of filing a bankruptcy while not taking the corresponding responsibility of living within you means.