A Charleston Lawyer Ready To Help You Defend Against Property Repossession
When you are dealing with a financial crisis, problems can pile up fast, and suddenly the threat of repossession is real. If you are facing the loss of your vehicle or other property, it is important to take action and protect your rights. Bankruptcy may be the appropriate option to stop the repossession of your property and discharge other debts to allow you to become current on your payments.
At The Law Office of Lauren Clark, L.L.C., we provide responsive service to help stop the repossession of your property. If Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an appropriate solution for you, we will help you file and assist you throughout the process. If you have questions, we will provide honest answers and set realistic expectations for what is likely to happen in the short term and the long term.
Charleston Attorney For Car Repossession Defense
There are many myths and misconceptions about the bankruptcy process and what impact filing will have on personal property. Instead of relying solely on information from the Internet or from your friends, it is important to get skilled guidance from an experienced attorney.
At The Law Office of Lauren Clark, L.L.C., we offer an initial case evaluation to help you fully understand your situation so that you can make sense of your options. We may be able to help you prevent the repossession of, or help you recover, cars, trucks, furniture, boats, jewelry or other personal property.
Contact The Law Office Of Lauren Clark, L.L.C.
To set up an initial consultation regarding debt relief options, send us an email or call 843-284-7405 (local) or 855-684-8149 (toll free). We can provide an initial case evaluation, explain the process of filing for bankruptcy, and begin guiding you to a fresh financial start. Our offices are conveniently located in Charleston, and we serve South Carolina residents throughout the Charleston metropolitan area.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.