Stop Repossession | Skinner Law Firm
If you are behind on your vehicle payments, your lender has the right to repossess your vehicle, sell the vehicle at auction, and collect from you any deficiency. Can you make your ongoing payment, but need some time to get back on track? Chapter 13 may be an effective option for you. Chapter 13 allows you to pay your car creditor without the concern of your car being repossessed.
If you believe that you can no longer afford the vehicle, you can file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 and discharge any deficiency once the car is surrendered to the creditor.
If you are facing the threat of having your vehicle repossessed, do not hesitate to contact Skinner Law, LLC, an experienced Johnson County, Douglas County bankruptcy attorney who can walk through all of your options.
Meet Nancy Skinner
Nancy Skinner graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2009. She also earned a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Kansas School of Business in 2009. Nancy’s main priority is to assist clients through the bankruptcy process and on to a fresh start. Nancy is admitted to practice in Kansas and Missouri. Learn more.
Nancy's Educational Background Includes:
- Juris Doctor: University of Kansas
- M.B.A.: University of Kansas
- Bachelor of Arts Psychology: California State University at Northridge