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Car Repossession

If you're behind on your car loan payments, the creditor may be getting ready to repossess your car. In most cases, you can stop a car repossession by filing bankruptcy. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be able to pay back only what your car is worth, instead of what's owed on it, at a low interest rate.


If you're behind on your mortgage payments, the mortgage company may begin the foreclosure process on your home. In most cases, you can stop foreclosure by filing bankruptcy, and may catch up payments to the mortgage company through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Student Loans

Are your student loan payments too high? Contact us to discuss how filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may temporarily lower your monthly student loan payments.

Income Taxes

If you owe income taxes to the IRS, bankruptcy may be the right solution for you. In certain cases, bankruptcy can eliminate or reduce what you owe, saving you stress and money.

Team Up With A Dedicated Firm

These issues can have disastrous effects on your day-to-day life. Attorney Lauren Powell has been helping individuals and business owners take control of their finances for more than 10 years. We understand the strain you may be under, especially if you are unsure how to appropriately handle these issues. Together, we can find a way to fight these creditor actions to ensure that you can move forward.