If you live or drive in Chicago, you know the consequences of parking tickets. A missed ticket payment on will double the fine, a couple of missed payments can equal thousands in additional fees. I talk to many people who let a friend or family member borrow the car and rack up thousands in fines. The car owner then finds a boot on their car and thousands of parking tickets.
When the parking tickets are not paid, the city can suspend your driver’s license. Generally, to get on a payment plan, you need to pay 50% of the debt. If you have $5,000 in parking tickets, you need at least $2,500 to lift a suspension.
If you are working with a suspended driver’s license for parking tickets, you have an option with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. You can consolidate the parking tickets and other credit cards, medical or other debt. It is an interest-free repayment plan affordable to you!
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy with Peter Francis Geraci and Geraci Law can be filed in as little as one day and for as little as court costs!