Using Bankruptcy To Stop Repossession

At the Tennessee law office of Mark T. Young & Associates, we understand the financial hardships that can prevent you from staying current on car payments. The combination of credit cards, medical bills, car and mortgage payments, and other financial obligations can be overwhelming.

Stopping repossessions are possible under Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection. When you file for bankruptcy, you immediately benefit from the automatic stay, which prohibits creditors from taking legal action in the course of collecting a debt. Additionally, you may place your past due car payments in your debt reorganization plan, which would give you three to five years to catch up on your payments.

If your car has already been repossessed, you may still be able to get it back. We invite you to call us today to discuss your situation with a dedicated, experienced Chattanooga bankruptcy attorney.

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Our legal team is available to discuss your situation at 423-933-1606 or toll free at 888-376-0282. You may also send us an email to schedule your free consultation. We are conveniently located and offer handicap accessibility, as well as free parking.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.