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How Can I Keep My Car From Repossession?

Author : Jim Brown

Many people in these hard economic times are having problems paying back their bills. If you fall too far behind on your bills, you may end up facing repossession. Is it possible to end the creditor calls and prevent your car from being taken away from you by the repo man? You know, bankruptcy might just be the second chance you need.

You might feel like there is nothing that you can do to stop the repo man. You may not know it, but bankruptcy can keep the repo man away. How is that possible? Well, bankruptcy is a federal law that was put into place to protect hardworking families and help get them out of debt by providing an end to wage garnishments, protection from repossession, credit card debt help, and, in some cases, protection from foreclosure.

You may be thinking, "James, that all sounds great, but what if my car has already been repossessed?" If you act quick enough, you may be able to get your car back with the help of a great bankruptcy attorney. However, you can also give up your car in a safe environment with bankruptcy, if you so choose. What do I mean by a safe environment? You have to be careful about just letting creditors repossess your assets, because you could end up still owing money if you owe more than what the asset sells for. You may be able to end a deficiency balance in a bankruptcy.

One of the best decisions you can have could be bankruptcy. And although you can file for bankruptcy on your own, a great bankruptcy attorney will know the ins-and-outs of the creditors and banking industry. There are a lot of exemptions and protections you may not know about that are available which a bankruptcy attorney can help you get.

A bankruptcy lawyer can do a lot of great things to help get your family back on track with protection from foreclosure, credit card debt help, and an end to creditor alls. Before you do anything else, make sure to find as much information as possible on bankruptcy law and how to find the best bankruptcy lawyer.  

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James Brown is a personal bankruptcy attorney in St. Louis, Missouri. He has filed over 30,000 bankruptcy cases and published many books and articles. You can request his free Missouri and Illinois bankruptcy guide at for the best tips on how to prepare for your bankruptcy and find a great bankruptcy attorney.

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