When Vehicle Repossession Takes Affect
Do you fear glancing out your window and seeing your truck being towed away? Do you fear answering the doorbell to discover a repo man on your front step, demanding your car?
At the Michigan law firm of Roose Law PLC, our mission is to quell your anxiety and help you get your finances back in order. As Southfield vehicle repossession lawyers with close to 20 years of combined experience, we thoroughly understand that you need your vehicle to get to work, pick up your children from day care and perform the other tasks of life. We will help you investigate every option for avoiding repossession or regaining a vehicle that has already been taken away.
When You’re Behind On Car Payments, Bankruptcy Can Be A Useful Tool
Chapter 13 bankruptcy will allow you to create a structured, three- to five-year repayment plan to pay off what you owe on the vehicle. By restructuring their car loans through bankruptcy, many people can actually lower their interest rates.
If your car or truck has already been repossessed, don’t despair. Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy right away can usually allow you to get the vehicle back. It must be done quickly, however, so do not wait to contact us.
Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can also be useful in eliminating any deficiencies after a vehicle is repossessed. Our attorneys will sit down with you and explain whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is right for you.
Want To Stop Car Repossession? Our Flint Lawyers Can Help
Instead of sitting passively by while your vehicle is towed away, explore your legal rights and options for avoiding repossession or getting the vehicle back. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our skilled bankruptcy lawyers to learn more. Simply call us at 248-331-1200 or contact us online today.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.