Marlton, NJ Repossession Attorney
Helping You Keep Your Property
The thought of losing your car or other personal property can cause a great deal of stress. Most of us depend on our vehicles to get us to and from work, to bring kids to school and to accomplish any number of other activities.
At the Law Office of Andrew B. Finberg, LLC, we use bankruptcy to put a halt to repossession, wage garnishment and home foreclosures. Our New Jersey repossession lawyers have more than 25 years of combined experience helping people obtain debt relief. Keeping property is one of our clients’ main concerns. It is therefore one of our main concerns as well.
How Does Bankruptcy Stop Repossession?
When you file for either Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, any repossession efforts automatically stop. This is called an “automatic stay.” You should know that this is only temporary. If you decide that you definitely want to keep the asset — whether it is a car, a piece of furniture or another item — you will need to sign a reaffirmation agreement and continue making payments. By filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will get three to five years to catch up on your payments.
If a car repossession has already occurred, it may be possible for our New Jersey bankruptcy lawyers to have your vehicle returned to you. This is not an option in every case, so the best thing to do is consult with our attorneys before reaching any conclusions. We are here to answer your questions and take action quickly on your behalf.
Contact a Lawyer to Stop Repossession in Burlington County
For a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney at the Law Office of Andrew B. Finberg, LLC, call (856) 988-9055 or contact us online. We offer flexible payment plans for your convenience.
The Law Office of Andrew B. Finberg, LLC is located in Marlton, New Jersey and provides skilled legal counsel to individuals needing help with bankruptcy in Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Mount Laurel, Morristown, Maple Shade and serves Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.