Bankruptcy Cram Down in Worcester
Understanding a Cram Down
A cram down is a court-ordered reduction in the principal or interest rate
of property that is secured by a loan. It can also include other required
changes in mortgage loan terms and conditions. Typically this will mean
reducing your home mortgage loan, car loan, investment property mortgages,
equipment loans and other secured business debt. I Cram downs typically
occur in a Chapter 11, Chapter 12 or
Chapter 13, many times over the objections of the creditor.
Cram down has also come to mean any situation in which a creditor is forced
to accept a financial arrangement that is not to their benefit. There
are also ways to cram down an auto loan during a bankruptcy, such as requesting
the court in a
Chapter 7 to value the vehicle and allow the debtor to pay off the loan (redeem)
at fair market value instead of the original loan amount. There are financing
companies and banks that offer specialized auto loans to allow you to
redeem your car in bankruptcy. If you are considering bankruptcy, a
Worcester bankruptcy lawyer should be consulted to discuss all of your concerns and answer any questions
you have. Understanding the many technical aspects of bankruptcy will
give you assurance that you are making the best choice possible regarding
your financial condition.
Worcester Bankruptcy Attorney
Filing for bankruptcy is an important decision that should be made with
the help of a qualified bankruptcy attorney. Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs,
JR. is a respected bankruptcy firm that can give you sound legal advice
regarding your finances and debt remedies such as bankruptcy Chapter 7
or Chapter 13. Many people choose to eliminate their debts through bankruptcy
in order to:
- Stop harassing letters and phone calls from creditors
- End lawsuits taken by creditors seeking payment on a debt
- Prevent foreclosure and repossession
- Halt wage garnishment
Our firm will help you decide how to effective address your financial circumstances.
We will also ensure your rights and interests are protected, and you are
not taken advantage of by your creditors.
Contact a Worcester bankruptcy lawyer
for legal counsel and representation if you are experiencing debt overload.