During the process of filing for bankruptcy, sometimes it is best just to file out certain things you don’t need, otherwise you may find yourself stuck in a contract that makes it more difficult for you to get your way back to financial security. For instance, if you happen to have a car that is worth less than the total amount of your car, filing it out in the bankruptcy process can save you the trouble of continuing to pay for it. Unless you absolutely need the car in this example, getting rid of it will make the burden less on you in the long run.
Keeping your future in mind is the goal of bankruptcy. Even if you have to give up certain luxuries now, with the right financial foundation, you could earn back what you lose now soon in the future.