If you’re like most people, you can’t afford to pay the full price of a car at the time you buy it, so you take out a car loan. But, when you take out a car loan, the lender retains full rights to your vehicle until the loan is fully paid.
Unfortunately, if you’re unable to make a payment or are delinquent on your car loan, the lender is entitled, by law, to repossess your car or truck. This means that—with little notice—you may find that you are suddenly without a vehicle; and without your car, day-to-day tasks like going to work or taking your kids to school can be impossible.
Auto repossession can cause unnecessary setbacks in your life. An auto repossession attorney can help you avoid or minimize these setbacks.
If your car was recently repossessed, contact Bankruptcy Legal Counseling Center of Oklahoma. We can:
Contact Bankruptcy Legal Counseling Center of Oklahoma today to get our legal team involved. We’re ready to speak with your creditor and will do everything possible to get your vehicle returned to you.