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NYC Taxi Medallion Bankruptcy Chapter 7 or Chapter 13

In today’s current economic climate, many changes are occurring including with technology and cell phones. Many people are using Uber Lyft Juno and other apps for taxi services. This is directly impacting the yellow cab and black car taxi industry in NYC. Many taxi driver’s own medallions that are “under water” which means they owe more than the value of the medallion.

You can take control today with bankruptcy. The federal laws help individuals like you. You haven’t done anything wrong and the fact that the taxi industry is failing due to the technology isn’t your fault. Do you own a home? A car? A bank account? Have cash? We can talk about your options. YOU MAY BE ABLE TO KEEP YOU HOUSE EVEN AFTER BANKRUPTCY and your cash, cars, and other items.

Many of the lenders that loaned for NYC TAXI MEDALLIONS such as Rapid Funding, Medallion Funding, Melrose Credit Union, Banco Popular, LOMTO, First Jersey Credit Union, and Capital One Equipment Finance and other lenders are foreclosure on medallions and they pursuing judgments against the taxi drivers. Doing a Bankruptcy for your taxi medallion yellow cab in a Chapter 7 may be an option.

In these difficult times, taxi medallion owners are looking to file bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 and get rid of their debt and have a fresh start. Many lenders are filing foreclosure actions to foreclosure on the taxi medallions. We can stop that. With Bankruptcy, the automatic stay come into play and may stop lawsuits relating to your medallion including foreclosure of medallions. While the bankruptcy is pending, you may be able to use your medallion to continue to generate income.

With taxi medallions and bankruptcy, you have several options:

  1. Renegotiate with the lender or bank for a modification of the loan to lower the monthly payments and try to have the past due payments put into the loan and make the loan current;
  2. File a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and surrender or return the medallion to the bank or lender and attempt to discharge your future liability in connection with the medallion and keep some of your assets depending on the applicable bankruptcy exemptions;
  3. File a Chapter 13 and arrange affordable monthly payments over the course of 60 months which is more likely for individuals who have assets which are not exempt and larger household income;
  4. Let the lender foreclosure and retake possession of the medallion and if they come after you for a judgment, then file for bankruptcy to avoid any deficiency judgment.
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