How To Stop Repossession In Arkansas
If you are having trouble making monthly payments on your vehicle loan, you may be at risk of losing your vehicle. Missing one car payment is usually okay. Miss two or more in a row and you could be just days away from having your car repossessed.
If you are like many people, losing your means of transportation means losing your job. Don’t take that chance. Talk with an experienced repossession attorney and learn about your options. Get legal help before your car, truck or SUV is repossessed.
Providing Effective Debt Relief Solutions
Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates is a team of experienced attorneys who use the bankruptcy system to help people get debt relief. We act quickly to stop car repossession, foreclosure and collection lawsuits.
A lawyer at our firm will review your situation during a free initial meeting, explain the bankruptcy process and answer your questions. If you choose to file bankruptcy, we can file your petition electronically while you wait.
How Does Bankruptcy Stop Repossession?
When you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it places an automatic stay on repossession actions, garnishment, foreclosure and collection lawsuits. It should also stop the nasty calls from debt collectors. Then, we develop a customized debt reduction plan aimed at reducing your debts as much as possible, while enabling you to keep all exempt property.
Helping You Keep Your Vehicles And Other Property
If you are filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we will design a debt repayment plan that is affordable, allows you to live comfortably and which enables you to make your vehicle payments. If you are filing Chapter 7 and you have the income needed to cover your monthly payments, we can negotiate a reaffirmation agreement with your lender. This will allow you to continue ownership of your vehicle.
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late ~ Contact Us Today
To learn more about how we can help you keep your car and home, schedule an initial consultation with a Little Rock bankruptcy lawyer by sending us an email or by calling us at 501-588-4451 or toll free at 866-311-3815.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.