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Fort Lauderdale Car Repossession Lawyer Stops The Repo-Man! Stress-Free Way to Catch Up On Missed Car Payments.
You can save your car in a Fort Lauderdale Chapter 13 bankruptcy if you are behind in payments and facing car repossession. In South Florida, there is a public transportation void which makes having a car essential. If you’re already struggling with debt, losing your car will only makes things worse. If you’re behind on your car payments, there is a way to catch up with delinquent car payments and keep your car. A Fort Lauderdale Chapter 13 bankruptcy will allow you to save your car from repossession but it’s very important that you talk to an experienced Broward County bankruptcy attorney as soon as you get any indication that your car loan lender may repossess your car.
This part is very important if you want to keep your car from being repossessed: You must file a Hollywood Chapter 13 bankruptcy before the car is repossessed in order to save it. Once your car has been repossessed by the lender that gave you the money to buy it, there is nothing that can be done to get it back if they don't want to return it. If coming up with the money to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a concern, you've landed on the best bankruptcy lawyer's website to help you. We offer zero-down (on attorney fees) emergency bankruptcy filings so you can stop car repo efforts
We Stop Car Repossessions in Ft Lauderdale and Broward County
At the Bankruptcy Law Firm of Orfelia Mayor, our Fort Lauderdale car-repo bankruptcy lawyer has been stopping car repossessions across Broward and Palm Beach County since 2009. Don’t ignore the fact that you are behind on your car payments. There is no reason to live in fear that your car will be repossessed while you sleep or while you’re at work. Our bankruptcy lawyer can stop the repo-man cold but time is of the essence.
Stop the Repo-Man Today in Ft Lauderdale!
The easiest way to stop a car repo is to file a Fort Lauderdale Chapter 13 bankrutpcy before the car is picked up by the repo-man. Filing a Weston bankruptcy will initiate the bankruptcy automatic stay which immediately stops your car loan lender from taking your car. In a Chapter 13 repayment plan, you can then continue making your monthly car payment and catch up with whatever payments you’ve missed.
Let Us Show You How You Can Save Your Car From Repossession in Broward County!
If you are behind on your car payments and facing a visit from the repo-man, you may also be behind on credit card payments, mortgages and facing unpaid medical bills. You can reorganize your debts and get your life back on track with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Law Firm of Orfelia Mayor has over a decade’s worth of experience in Chapter 13 and works hard to get you the lowest Chapter 13 payment possible. We don’t rely on bankruptcy software to spit out a payment amount. Our bankruptcy lawyer takes the time to manually prepare each Chapter 13 plan to ensure that you have the lowest Chapter 13 plan payment allowed under the bankruptcy law in Florida.
Car repossession attempts are stopped immediately by a Chapter 13 bankruptcy if: (1) you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, (2) your Chapter 13 repayment plan provides for payment of any missed payments, and (3) you remain current with the Chapter 13 plan payments.
No Need to Lose Your Car Because of Missed Payments!
Talk to our Fort Lauderdale bankruptcy lawyer today to get all the information you need to keep your car and get rid of the stress!
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Just a quick note about the main thing on everyone’s minds when they are thinking about bankruptcy. You’re looking for a cheap bankruptcy attorney near you but you should be looking for an experienced and affordable bankruptcy attorney near you instead. We make bankruptcy affordable in Broward County.
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How Zero Money Down Bankruptcy Works For You
While the majority of our clients prefer to make regular payments towards a bankruptcy before they file so they can get discounted attorney fees, some clients need to file right away to stop a wage garnishment, car repo or foreclosure sale. Those clients prefer to take advantage of our $0-down-payment bankruptcy option.
We can tell you more about it during your free bankruptcy consultation but to sum it up briefly, it works like this: Once you sign a retainer agreement, you only pay the costs of filing your case (approximately $485) and all of your attorney fees are paid after we file your case. This option does not get a discount on attorney fees but it does allow you to file an emergency bankruptcy petition so we can stop whatever debt collector that is threatening to take your property or garnish your paycheck. Of course, you can also take advantage of our zero-down-bankruptcy option if you do not have a bankruptcy emergency. It’s up to you. I do promise that we have a payment option that fits your budget and your situation. Make an appointment at our Cooper City bankruptcy office today! No matter where you live in Broward County, we are a bankruptcy attorney near you!