Sir, I have complied with the Trustee's request and have shown the Gentleman the vehicle twice. The prospective purchaser has complained that I am not cooperating with him which is not true. He wants to bring a mechanic to see the vehicle and I had suggested a time and the mechanic was not available. I had a death in my family and therefore could not accomodate him and told him to call me back to schedule another time.
Anyway, can I file an amended schedule and take the additional exemption of $4k on my vehicle?
Thanks for your timely answer.
Thanks for you GREAT Reply. I own the vehicle outright and l already had a meeting with the creditors. I filed for bankruptcy pro se.
Thanks again for you time and advice. I really do appreciate it; you helping out the "poor" Have a GREAT day!
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