Stop Repossession and Keep your Car by Filing Bankruptcy
I see many clients, as an Orlando bankruptcy lawyer, who are concerned about one thing and one thing only: stopping a repossession of their car, which is usually their only means of getting to and from work. Understandably, keeping the car is the top priority.
Filing bankruptcy stops repossession. It’s that simple. What’s not always so simple is keeping the car after the bankruptcy is filed. It can be done, of course, and as an Orlando bankruptcy lawyer I do it for my clients all the time. The key is meeting with you, asking the right questions, and then developing a plan you’re comfortable with.
For example, if you are behind on your car and facing an imminent repossession of the car, perhaps filing aChapter 13 is the best course of action. On the other hand, maybe you’re current with your payment but you know you can no longer keep up the payment. In that case, maybe filing a Chapter 7, holding on to the car for a couple more months without making a payment, and then surrendering it through the bankruptcy while eliminating the debt is the better route.
Either way, meeting with me is the first step. When you are ready to find out how I can help you avoid repossession, please contact me, an experienced Orlando bankruptcy lawyer, and we’ll figure it out together. 407-898-8225