Stop Repossessions in Georgia: Bankruptcy Protection
If you are like most of us, you depend on your car and house. Facing a car loan and a mortgage that you can't afford can be terrifying, because you might lose these things that are so important to your life and survival. By filing for bankruptcy, you might be able to stop the foreclosure process and potentially save your home.
At The Kent Law Firm, we can help. Our attorneys have more than 40 combined years of experience helping people just like you throughout the Atlanta, Georgia, area save their homes and cars from repossession and foreclosure through a variety of bankruptcy options.
It is much easier to save your home from foreclosure now than it will be to get your home back later. Contact us as soon as you feel you may be starting to miss payments, so we can save your home or car before it's too late.
The process of stopping foreclosure or repossession is much like the process for stopping creditor harassment:
- Representation: By simply hiring us, your creditors need to work with us; we can negotiate with them to work out alternate arrangements so that you can keep your house and car.
- Filing for bankruptcy: Filing for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy forces your creditors to cease all collections, repossessions and foreclosure activities, including enforcement of liens and garnishments, allowing you the time you need to make sure you will still have credit after bankruptcy.
- Intervention: If your creditors still don't cease their collections activities, we can stand in you and make sure they have the stay from the court demanding them to stop collections, and we can take action if they still don't stop.
Your Lawyers Treating You Like Family
We never judge you or make you feel embarrassed. And we always do our best to be available to you in your time of need, doing everything we can to lift you out of your financial difficulties. We take special pride in providing our services to seniors and military veterans.
We strive to keep our fees reasonable, offering payment plans when needed and a free consultation. Contact us by calling 404-504-7090 or sending an e-mail if you anticipate falling behind on payments or when you start missing them so that we can get started helping you right away. We are available for weekend appointments when necessary.
Consultations are strictly confidential.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.