Repossession Attorney In Bowling Green


Repossession takes place when a creditor takes your property because you are behind on payments for that asset. Creditors' right to repossess property is established in the contract that is made between them and the debtor. The property that is removed as collateral can either be the object you are purchasing or another object used as exchange. In many cases, the debtor goes into default before the creditor can repossess the property. In some cases, however, a creditor can repossess the property if you are late on your payment without the creditor having to obtain a court order.


Losing your vehicle can mean the loss of your mobility, which can have further implications on your personal life. If you are threatened with repossession because of late payments, our Bowling Green bankruptcy lawyer can discuss your options during a free case evaluation. At the Law Offices of Dwight Burton, PLLC, we are devoted to helping our clients develop an effective method of stopping repossession.

Bankruptcy may be a method of stopping repossession. In many cases, it will allow you to recover property that is repossessed. Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can allow you to recover property that has been repossessed. If your property has already been repossessed, you may be able to take legal action if the creditor:

  • Wrongfully repossessed your property
  • Used force, threats, or lies to accomplish the repossession
  • Tried to collect a deficiency when the law does not allow it

At the Law Offices of Dwight Burton, PLLC, we believe that every individual's debt issue is distinct and therefore requires a unique resolution. Our firm is devoted to pursuing our clients' best interests.

Schedule a free case evaluation today by contacting our Bowling Green attorney from the Law Offices of Dwight Burton, PLLC!