How to Stop Repossession of Your Assets in New Jersey

When your debt is overwhelming and you are no longer able to make payments of any kind, your creditors are going to start taking aggressive action. If your creditors have threatened or started repossession actions, an experienced lawyer can help you take action and help you keep your assets.

I am attorney Joel R. Spivack, and from my office in Cherry Hill I have been helping individuals worried about repossession for nearly 25 years. Whether you are worried about losing your house or your creditors have started seizing other assets, it is time to come up with a solution and consider bankruptcy or other bankruptcy alternatives.

How to Fight Repossession with the Help of Joel Spivack

There are a number of ways to stop repossession, but it is not always easy. I am going to give you the information you need, not the information you want to hear, so you can make the tough choices and stop repossession. Without the real facts, you will not be able to come up with real solutions.

When you file for bankruptcy, you will receive an automatic stay, which will stop all repossession actions immediately. There may also be alternatives to bankruptcy, such as loan modification, which will allow you to stop your creditors’ repossession of the following assets:

  • House
  • Car
  • Boat
  • RV
  • Motorcycle

If you are worried about repossession, you probably have other serious financial concerns involving your debt. I will make sure you take action to prevent foreclosure and stop wage garnishment and tax liens as well.

Contact a Cherry Hill Repossession Lawyer Today

You can protect your assets, but you need to take action as soon as possible. From my offices in Cherry Hill, I can help you get the relief you deserve, whether the relief comes through bankruptcy or other options. Open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., my office offers free parking. Contact me today at 856-861-6203 or toll free at 866-488-2196 for a free initial consultation.

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