Get Advice and Representation from an Experienced Repossession Lawyer in Norfolk, VA and the Surrounding Areas
Having your car repossessed can be a devastating experience, especially for someone who needs their vehicle to get to work so that they can provide for themselves and their family. If you received a notice that your lender intends to repossess your car due to missed payments, you should immediately consult with a repossession lawyer at Winchester, Pedigo, & Power, PLC. If you act fast, there may be several actions you can take to stop the repossession and keep your vehicle. Our repossession attorneys negotiate with lenders to seek loan modifications and even take cases to court when appropriate. If you are in Norfolk, VA or anywhere in the Hampton Roads area and want to consult with an experienced repo lawyer, contact us today.
How Can a Repossession Attorney Help You?
If most car loan contracts, there is a provision that allows the lender to repossess the vehicle if you fail to make a payment. If you receive a repossession notice, you should contact your lender immediately and make the payment(s) that you have missed. If you are in a financial hardship and simply can’t afford to make those payments, a repossession attorney at our firm can negotiate with your lender to modify your loan so that your payments are reduced to an amount you can afford.
Consult With a Repo Lawyer Today and Find Out What You Can Do to Keep Your Property
If you are facing vehicle repossession, contact a lawyer at Winchester, Pedigo, & Power, PLC. With over 80 years of combined experience, the repossession lawyers at our firm have the knowledge and skills to help you explore your options and negotiate with your lender. Contact us today to receive a free initial consultation.
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