Repossessions Lawyer

Serving All of Arkansas

Through wage garnishment and the repossession of assets, creditors will take any action necessary to recover the money their debtors owe them. If you are currently in a situation where you are at risk of losing your property, you should take immediate legal action.

At the Havner Law Firm, we work to provide solutions to the problems our clients are facing through compassionate and professional legal representation. With more than 25 years of bankruptcy experience, our attorney will provide the honest and helpful advice you need. To schedule a free initial consultation at our White Hall office location, contact us online.

Dedicated Repossessions Attorney

If you have been given notice that your property (cars, boats and other assets) is about to be repossessed by one of your creditors, there are steps that can be taken in an effort to freeze the repossession process. These types of situations are extremely time sensitive. The sooner you take action, the better off you and your finances will be.

When you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an "automatic stay" will be created on your accounts. This means that if you are facing a judgment, or are behind on your payments, your creditors have the legal obligation to stop any action of collection or repossession against you.

Free Consultation With an Understanding Bankruptcy Lawyer

If you are interested in hearing more about your options when it comes to avoiding repossession of your property and possessions, we can help. Our skilled attorney will personally assess your case and give you his honest opinions and advice. From there, we will help you to decide what steps will best benefit your unique situation. Our ultimate goal is to put you in a position where you can keep your property, and restore your financial future.

For more information, or to speak directly with an experienced bankruptcy attorney, call us at 870-663-4973, or contact us online.

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

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