Stop Repossession

Stop repossession on your car, motorcycle or boat but act now.

It's a shock to see your vehicle towed or driven away by the repo man. And once it's gone, it's hard to get it back.

The way to prevent repossession is to declare Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy
before the repo man comes calling. The day you file with Nowack & Olson, PLLC, of Fort Lauderdale, a message goes out to all your creditors barring them from any action to collect.

No more wage garnishments. No more repo man.

There are two catches you should know about.

Catch #1: You must agree to catch up on missed payments, or the repossessed item will be gone. If you file for Chapter 13, you will be better able to catch up on payments, from three to five years, depending on the loan workout plan you propose. You will also have the opportunity to renegotiate terms of the loan — lowering the principal or interest rate.

Catch #2: You have to file before the car, cycle or boat is towed away. Once it is gone, not even filing bankruptcy will bring it back.

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 — they're a breath of fresh air to a diver in trouble. Our Florida car repossession lawyers have put thousands of clients back on the road to financial health — we can help you, too.

One immediate result of filing for bankruptcy? Your car is still yours to drive.

Contact our Broward County attorneys to stop repossession. You may contact us online or call 888-813-4737 today. We do the lifting, you get the relief.