Repossessions In Orlando And South Florida

When You Face Losing The Things You've Worked For

Have creditors threatened to repossess your car? Are you concerned that your financial difficulty may lead to you losing your vehicle or other assets? Do creditors constantly call you and attempt to collect on debts you are unable to pay?

If you worry about repossession or any other type of debt-related issues, The Law Offices of Elkins & Freedman can help. Our attorneys are insightful advisers and powerful negotiators who have served the needs of financially distressed clients for more than 30 years, and we have handled more than 15,000 bankruptcy cases. We possess the in-depth knowledge of the Bankruptcy Code and debt relief law, as well as proven legal strategies, to help you protect your property and obtain a fresh financial start.

Repossession Of Cars, Trucks And Other Vehicles

Bankruptcy can help you prevent you from having to endure the inconvenience of a repossessed car, and may even be able to help you recover a car or truck that has been taken by your creditors. Timing is important, though, so contact us as soon as you believe that your car may be repossessed or as quickly as possible if your vehicle has been towed away.

Repossession Of Other Property

Repossession is not limited to vehicles; it can also relate to furniture, jewelry and other types of personal property. Regardless of the exact nature of the property involved, our dedicated repossession lawyers can help you assert your rights and fight to keep your property.

When you come to our office to discuss any repossession or debt-related issues during your free consultation, we will provide you with straightforward advice and all of the information you need to make a well-reasoned decision about your case.

Free Consultation

Call The Law Offices of Elkins & Freedman at 800-992-1277 to arrange a free consultation with our repossession attorneys in Boca Raton, Orlando and throughout Central and South Florida.

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