There are many different reasons why an individual may lose their driver’s license and the cause of this may be something that you’re bankruptcy can address. If the sole reason that you lost your license was because you were ordered by the court to pay for damages that were caused through an accident, then your bankruptcy proceeding may deal with this debt, and in turn may mean that you will be able to get your license back.
In many states it is mandatory to have car insurance but there are some individuals that are just so financially strapped they cannot afford this insurance. What can happen is that if they are caught without insurance their driver’s license may be suspended until they gain the proper insurance. If this is a situation that you are in and your license has been suspended because of this, then you may find that being in a better financial position once your bankruptcy has been discharged, you will now be able to afford the insurance that you need for your vehicle. Once you are able to prove that your insurance is in place your license should be reinstated.
It can be a complex area of the bankruptcy laws and you really will want to rely on a qualified and experienced Dallas bankruptcy attorney to help you determine whether the loss of license in your situation is going to be affected in a positive manner for you during your bankruptcy proceedings.