Car Repossession Help

Car Repossession Help from Allmand Law Firm, PLLC

By: Allmand Law Firm, PLLC  07/28/2014
Keywords: Car Repossession

Repossession laws differ across the country. State laws dictate how a repossession is handled in Texas. Dallas area residents facing repossession of a car need to understand what the law is and what protections may exist for them. You have the right to redeem the property, but only if you can work out an amended payment plan with the lender or pay the full amount owed on the loan. Under your contract, you must not try to hide from or avoid the lender if you fall behind on the payments. The collateral, or vehicle, must be available for them to take possession. Filing bankruptcy can stop repossession and help you pay off the debt owed on your car note. If you are under threat of repossession in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas let the Dallas repossession attorneys at Allmand Law help

Keywords: Car Repossession

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