Stop Property Repossession Today
Have you defaulted on an automobile loan because of financial difficulties? Are you worried creditors will repossess your property? Filing bankruptcy can stop repossessions. At Gina H. McDonald & Associates, in Birmingham, Alabama, our bankruptcy attorneys help our clients find the debt relief they deserve and maintain control of their home, car and other possessions.
If you have questions about debt relief, please contact Gina H. McDonald & Associates at (205) 453-4497.
Having a large amount of debt is difficult to deal with. Worrying about losing your boat or vehicle can add to the stress, making it hard to concentrate at work or at school. By filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can stop repossession immediately. At Gina H. McDonald & Associates, we will provide the legal help you need to end the worry and stress of financial debt.
Our attorneys understand that your property is important to you. That is why we work hard to prevent creditors from taking it. A bankruptcy lawyer from our office explains to you what your bankruptcy options are and how to end the threat of repossession. If a bank or other lender repossesses your car after you file, we can help get it back.
We Provide Open and Honest Communication
You may have heard rumors about repossession, such as creditors can take mobile homes while you are at work or break a lock to repossess your motorcycle or car. These rumors are simply not true. At Gina H. McDonald & Associates, we will give you the correct information about bankruptcy. We will listen to your concerns and answer all your questions truthfully and honestly.
Have creditors threatened to take your car or motorcycle? Are you worried you may lose your mobile home? At Gina H. McDonald & Associates, in Birmingham, Alabama, we can help you stop repossessions by filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Contact us today to learn more about the bankruptcy options available to you.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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