McDonough Repossession Attorney
Bankruptcy Lawyers Serving McDonough
Many people rely on cars to get them where they need to go, whether that
is the grocery store, work, school, or their kid's soccer game. The
repossession of your vehicle by a creditor can not only be stressful,
but costly for you as well. How will you pay off debts without transportation
to your job and other key places? If you are behind on car payments, repossession
will only increase your financial burden, but with our legal services,
you can fight to keep your car.
At Vansaghi & Associates, LLC we provide knowledgeable legal services
to help with a variety of financial issues, such as
bankruptcy and repossessions. If you are facing the repossession of your vehicle,
we can explore your options to find a solution.
today at (770) 629-8065
for a free and confidential consultation.
Legal Services to Combat Repossession
As McDonough bankruptcy attorneys, we help people deal with repossession
and other serious financial issues. We are dedicated to providing caring,
friendly customer service and knowledgeable legal assistance. Repossession
of your vehicle can be a daunting ordeal, but we are help you explore
your options and walk through the process toward a beneficial outcome.
Whether your car is threatened by repossession or has already been repossessed,
we are ready and willing to help.
How do you get your car back if it has been repossessed?
- Reinstate the loan
- Buy it back at the auction
- Redeem the car
- File for bankruptcy
The quickest and most effective way to stop repossession is by filing for
Chapter 7 or
Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This puts an "automatic stay" into effect, giving
you more time to get the money you need for your car and discharge your
debts. Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can keep your vehicle if you reaffirm
the debt with your creditor, take care of any payments, and/or exempt
a certain amount of value. If you file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can
retain your vehicle and pay it off under better conditions, including
a lower interest rate. Under certain circumstances you can even lower
the amount you have to pay for the vehicle from the original loan amount
to the value of the vehicle.
Don't let the threat of repossession hang over your head!
today to get the legal assistance you need to keep your vehicle.
You can also fill out a
free case evaluation at any time.