Avoid Auto Repossession

Is your car about to be repossessed?

By filing bankruptcy your car is protected and the creditor can’t repossess once you get a case number.  Bankruptcy creates an automatic stay that stops creditors from repossessing your vehicles.  Even if your vehicle has already been repossessed, you have ten days to get it back by filing bankruptcy.  Although you may need to pay repossession fees and storage costs before you can get the car back.  So the best time to see a bankruptcy attorney is before a repossession happens.  Contact my office today to schedule your free consultation if you are worried about the threat of repossession.

Author: Colleen Brunson

Columbia Bankruptcy Attorney Colleen Brunson has been practicing in South Carolina since 2004. She represents consumer debtors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases. She offers free initial consultations for those considering personal bankruptcy as a debt relief option. Call her today at 803-403-1955 if you wish to learn more.