Filing Bankruptcy to Keep Your Car and Other Items
When creditors start making threats of repossession, there is only one certain way to stop them from making these threats: filing bankruptcy. At Dees Law Office in Springfield, Illinois, we have 20 years of experience that we put to use helping people like you overcome debt and stop repossession.
Can Bankruptcy Stop all Repossession?
Both Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you keep your possessions. The question that needs to be asked in determining which form of bankruptcy to file is whether the possessions are worth keeping. For example, if the amount you owe on your car exceeds the actual value of the car, it may make sense to get rid of it during the bankruptcy process.
Our lawyers will take great care to analyze your situation and offer you personalized guidance about your options. We will only move forward in the direction that is right for you.
Repossessions and bankruptcy can be used to stop repossession of a variety of items, including:
- Cars, boats and other vehicles
- Large household appliances
- Televisions, home theater systems and other major electronics
Additionally, bankruptcy can stop home foreclosure.
We Move Quickly to Help You Keep What is Yours
Creditors can move fast when they want to repossess an item. You want an attorney on your side who can also move quickly.
When you choose us to handle your debt relief case, we will get to work, reviewing your situation and helping you decide what path is right for you. When you decide on which path to take we will act. We will move quickly to stop repossession.
Contact Us for a Consultation — Flat Rate Services are Available
Please contact us to schedule an initial consultation to discuss repossession prevention with an experienced lawyer. Evening, weekend and at-home visits are available by appointment.
We charge a flat rate for our legal representation in bankruptcy matters.