Is Your Car In Danger Of Being Repossessed?


For many people, it is a scary prospect: Looking out your window and seeing “the repo-man” pulling out of your driveway or parking lot with your car. This is a very real fear for many people who are dealing with insurmountable debt.

If you are in danger of losing your car in Georgia, we can help you. With more than 25 years of legal experience, attorney Robert J. Pinnero has helped countless clients avoid repossession and find debt-relief solutions through bankruptcy and other means. At The Law Office of Robert J. Pinnero P.C., in Albany, we will take the time to talk with you and understand your situation so we can provide custom, tailor-made solutions to help you keep your car and find financial freedom.

How Can We Help You?

Bankruptcy provides numerous solutions for the possibility of repossession, including:

  • The automatic stay: Whether you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13, the automatic stay goes into effect as soon as you file. The automatic stay is a great benefit to debtors because it prohibits collectors and their agents from engaging from any collections efforts against you, including repossession of your vehicles.
  • Debt reduction: It is possible, in some cases, to negotiate a lower payment or lower interest rates, which could help you keep your payments up and avoid repossession.
  • Debt reorganization: A Chapter 13 bankruptcy helps people reorganize their debts. If you can keep your auto payments up after bankruptcy, it could help you retain your car after bankruptcy.

When you come in for your free initial consultation, we will look over your financial situation, discuss your goals and help you down the right path to keeping your car.

Contact Us To Learn More

We offer free initial consultations, so you can talk over your case with an attorney without any financial risk or obligation. Call us at 229-436-9661 or send us an email to schedule your consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.



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