You Can Stop Repossession with a Texas Bankruptcy Attorney

Posted by John A. HixsonMar 16, 20200 Comments

Even though you may be behind on car payments, you still need your car to get to work, to buy groceries, and to function in your daily life. But, unfortunately, if you're late on payments, a repo man may come and take your car away without any court involvement, and you may come out of work to an empty parking spot. To prevent this from happening, you may benefit from consulting with a Texas bankruptcy attorney. The legal professionals at the Hixson Law Firm of Arlington, Texas will discuss your case with you and help you find options to keep the vehicle you need to get around.

Texas Repossession Law

In the state of Texas, the repo man is free to come and take your car away. He gets paid for doing his job and does not care about your circumstances or about whether or not you plan to make the payment. However, he's not allowed to “breach the peace,” meaning that he cannot use violence, get rowdy, or do any physical damage in the process of collecting your car. However, if he does take the car, making a payment or filing bankruptcy will get it back to you. Contacting an attorney can give you a voice in the matter and help back you up in the struggle. The Hixson Law Firm of Arlington, Texas is dedicated to defending your rights when a creditor is attempting to repossess your property and will support you every step of the way.

Call to Schedule a Free Consultation with a Texas Bankruptcy Attorney Today

If you are late on a car payment and are concerned about repossession, schedule a free consultation with a Texas bankruptcy attorney today. The Hixson Law Firm has extensive experience helping clients who are in financial trouble and can help you take the necessary steps to both keep your vehicle or other property and stop creditors from harassing you. Call us at (817) 261-5000 and let us help you get back your peace of mind.

We serve the cities of Mansfield, Arlington, and Grand Prairie, Texas.