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Law Office of Paul R. Idlas
Bankruptcy Attorney For Lake County, Illinois, And The Surrounding Area

Are You Facing Repossession?

If you fall behind on your vehicle payments, your lender may take collection actions against you, including repossession.

At the Law Office of Paul R. Idlas, I help people stop repossession and other collection actions. With more than 30 years of experience, I know how to help you keep your car, truck or other vehicle while getting creditors off your back. I handle cases throughout Lake County and the surrounding area.

Bankruptcy Stops Repossession

Filing for bankruptcy makes it illegal for auto loan creditors to repossess your vehicle. In some cases, filing for bankruptcy can help you get back a vehicle that has already been repossessed.

If you have already missed a debt payment or are anticipating missing one in the near future, it is important to act quickly. Creditors act quickly when it comes to repossessing vehicles and oftentimes do so after a single missed payment.

Deficiency Judgments

If your car has been repossessed, you still may not be square with your creditor. If the vehicle sells at auction for less than the outstanding debt, your creditor can sue you for the difference. This is known as a deficiency judgment.

The good news is: Bankruptcy also stops deficiency judgments. Filing for Chapter 7 wipes out all unsecured debt while filing for Chapter 13 allows you to keep your property while getting caught up on debt payments.

How To Contact Me

If you face repossession, I am here to make the law work for you. Call me, Lake County bankruptcy law attorney Paul R. Idlas, at 847-986-8862, or contact me online.

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

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