Indianapolis Bankruptcy Law Office of Eric C. Lewis | Eric Lewis
There are too many unknown facts to be able to answer this question. You must consult a bankruptcy attorney in person who can review your situation to say yes, no, or maybe.
Answer Applies to: Indiana
Rhymer Law Firm | William Rhymer
It depends on many facts: what is it's value, how much do you owe on it, how much are your monthly payments, what is your income? I highly suggest you have a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Spending a little time with someone that knows the right questions to ask you could save you thousands of dollars. I wish you luck.
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Richard B. Jacobson & Associates, LLC | Richard B. Jacobson
To answer that question you would need to determine: (a) is the RV your regular residence (homestead)? (b) what is the value of the RV? (c) what is the debt secured by the RV; and (d) what is the amount of the exemption (state or federal) which you can apply to your equity in the RV? It's usually best to retain a skilled lawyer, and almost always worth the investment.
Answer Applies to: Wisconsin
A Fresh Start | Dorothy G Bunce
Sure would have helped if you indicated whether or not there is a loan financing your RV. As a general rule, as long as you file a Declaration of Homestead for your RV, you will not lose it to your Bankruptcy Trustee, but if you do not continue making the payments you owe, the lender can repo it once the bankruptcy stay is removed.
Answer Applies to: Nevada