Can Bankruptcy Eliminate DMV Surcharges in New Jersey

Bankruptcy can eliminate surcharges in New Jersey. Whether you are filing a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13, surcharges can be eliminated in most cases as long as you can eliminate your other unsecured debts as well. The law on this issue has changed over time but the current position of the NJ DMV is to no longer pursue the surcharges. If you are currently suspended solely for the nonpayment of the surcharges than the bankruptcy will allow you to apply to reinstate your drivers license. If you are suspended for another reason, the bankruptcy will address the financial obligation, but you will not be able to get your license reinstated until the non financial related suspension has been served.

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