Stop Repossession Before You Lose Everything
September 12, 2019
Debt troubles happen to a lot of people. Without really knowing how, many people find that they struggle to pay all of their bills each month. They look at their income and see that they should have enough money, yet they end up short month after month. When bills are not paid on time each month, lenders will begin to send out past-due notifications demanding that they receive the payments that you owe. Continuing to not make payments can often lead to threats of repossession.
One of the most essential items of any household is a car. A car is necessary for getting to and from work so that you can earn a living. A car is necessary for running errands, picking up groceries, getting children to school, meeting up with clients, and other non-negotiable events on your schedule. When you are unable to pay your bills, receiving letters in the main that threaten repossession of your car can be stressful and humiliating. If you are faced with the risk of repossession, it is important that you know what steps you can take to stop the repossession process.
Do not wait until it is too late! At the office of George R. Belche, Attorney at Law, we can help you avoid repossessions and foreclosures. In the state of Georgia, those who file for bankruptcy are often able to invoke what is known as automatic stay. This prevents collections agencies from repossessing your car or other property, and creditors and/or debt collectors are legally not allowed to contact you. Unless a judge rules that the automatic stay be lifted from your case, our office can help you find a way to deal with your debt without the added stress of collectors and creditors harassing you for payments.
If you have found yourself under the weight of huge financial strain and are looking for options to stop repossession before you lose everything, contact the law firm of George R. Belche, Attorney at Law. We offer a free initial consultation to meet with you and discuss your situation. “We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.”
George R. Belche, Attorney at Law
Lawrenceville, GA 30046