How Can I Avoid Repossession?
Consumer Bankruptcy Law Protects You Against Repossession
If you have encountered financial hard times and fallen behind on car or truck loan payments, your bank or lender may have threatened you with repossession of your motor vehicle.
You have legal options that can preserve your investment in your vehicle. You have rights that can be protected by an experienced consumer bankruptcy attorney such as John-Paul LaPré in Southborough.
For 30 years, the Law Office of John -Paul LaPré has fought for your need to retain possession of your car, truck, SUV or van. We know the laws that lenders must live by. We know the legal strategies that get results.
If anyone understands the importance of a motor vehicle, you do. You need it to get to and from your job, so you can continue providing for your family. Jack LaPré shares your goals and works hard to make them a reality.
Speak with our consumer bankruptcy specialist today in a free consultation. Our phone number for clients in Metro West, Framingham and Southborough is 508-481-3665.
If You Are Facing Repossession of Your Car or Truck, Jack LaPré Can Help
If your income level will not support a Chapter 7 bankruptcy method of retaining your car or truck, or there are other reasons not to use that chapter, then Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the best course of action.
In Chapter 13, your debts are reorganized. Gradually a percentage are paid instead of being completely eliminated as in Chapter 7, usually over a term of three to five years. If you have owned your vehicle for more than 30 months, your car loan can be included in your plan to repay creditors, and you may be able to reduce the principal and interest on that loan.
You can stop repossession, with Jack LaPré's help. We urge you to contact us if you are being threatened with confiscation of your motor vehicle in Massachusetts. Our lawyer's decades of service, legal knowledge and cost-effective solutions can make a difference.
Speak With An Experienced Southborough Attorney, Free of Charge
Your free initial consultation with Jack LaPré could be the first step toward a return to financial independence. Call 508-481-3665. We are also available to you via e-mail.