Experienced New York, Bankruptcy Lawyer Stopping Repossession

If you are late on car or truck payments, you run the risk of losing your property to repossession. At the Law Offices of Kenneth Gallant, I help people avoid repossession by guiding them through the bankruptcy process. If creditors are threatening to take your automobile, I can help you pursue a course of action that may allow you to keep your property.

Contact my law firm today online or by telephone at 585-232-7560 to speak with an experienced New York bankruptcy lawyer. For your convenience, I have law offices located throughout the Rochester, New York, area.

Stop Repossession — Keep Your Personal Property

At the Law Offices of Kenneth Gallant, I have been helping people from Rochester, New York, and throughout the surrounding area solve their debt problems for over 30 years. If you are under threat of repossession, I can help you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy and put an immediate stop to any creditor actions being taken against you:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy will give you the opportunity to reaffirm your debt and keep your property as long as you keep up-to-date on your payments.
  • If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your debts will be restructured into a manageable payment plan, allowing you to get back on track with your car or truck payments.

Bankruptcy is a powerful legal tool, and I know how to use it to help you keep your hard-earned property. As your bankruptcy attorney, I will work with you personally to achieve your financial objectives.

Call Today For Your Free Initial Consultation

If you are having trouble keeping up with car or truck payments, I can help you stop repossession and seek to keep your property. Contact my law firm today online or by telephone at 585-232-7560 to speak with a knowledgeable New York debt relief attorney. I offer free initial consultations and reasonable rates. I will meet with you personally in one of my conveniently located law offices.

My firm is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.