Q: I need a lawyer who is prono Bono
For bankruptcy I had two jobs working part-time the people who are assuming me is the bank but the truck that I got through a car dealer the very first day I drove off the lot I had trouble I had to go buy three new tires the tires were so dry rotted long story short story so they're coming after me and the bad part is I had a mini stroke and I lost both jobs I started a new job as soon as my background check comes back but it's already been 4 days and she said it could be up to two weeks I have no income only had the income that I got when I lost both of my jobs that's getting me through I'm praying that someone will help me pronobono
A: Contact your local bar association or legal aid society for a list of pro Bono attorney.
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A: From what you indicate, it doesn't appear to me that you need to seek bankruptcy protection. The bank which financed the truck is not responsible for the condition of the tires. But until they get a judgment, and seek to collect it, you probably have nothing to worry about. In any event, the need to file for bankruptcy protection depends upon whether you have assets and if so, whether they are exempt from garnishment.
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