You Need Your Car -- Don't Let Them Take It Back

Your car is not just a lifestyle choice; you use it for your job and your family. Getting a letter threatening repossession isn't just threatening your image — it's a threat to your family's financial security.

Filing Bankruptcy Stops The Bank Repossession Process Dead In Its Tracks

Has a creditor threatened to repossess your car? Perhaps you bought a boat, an ATV or something else on credit and now your purchase is at risk because you are behind on payments. Creditors may even seek to repossess appliances you bought on credit. Thankfully, there is an option that can put a halt to repossession attempts: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I can help you take advantage of this option.

I am attorney Ben Sissman in Memphis. Over the past 35 years, I have helped thousands of families hold onto their cars and protect their economic stability through the bankruptcy courts.

Filing Bankruptcy Stops Repossession In Tennessee

How can creditors expect you to earn an income and pay them back if you cannot get anywhere? I understand how difficult it can be to deal with the threat of repossession. As soon as you file bankruptcy, an automatic stay is issued. This is an order to all creditors that they must stop collection actions, including repossession.

If your car has been taken away, you may be able to get it back by filing bankruptcy as long as it hasn't already been resold. As your lawyer, I will use my more than 30 years of experience to help you determine your options to protect or regain your property.

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Call 901-730-4958 or send an email to schedule a meeting today.

The law office of Ben Sissman is a debt relief agency that helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.