Stop Vehicle Repossession
1. The name, address, and telephone number of the merchant, a brief identification of the consumer credit transaction, and a brief description of the collateral or goods.
2. A statement that, as a result of the customer’s default on the consumer credit transaction, the merchant may have the right to take possession of the collateral or goods without further notice or court proceeding.
3. A statement that if the customer is not in default or objects to the merchant’s right to take possession of the collateral or goods, the customer may, no later than 15 days after the merchant has given the notice, demand that the merchant proceed in court by notifying the merchant in writing.
4. A statement that if the merchant proceeds in court, the customer may be required to pay court costs and attorney fees.
If you fail to properly object within the 15 days, in writing and preferably by certified mail, then the creditor can take steps to self-help repossess your vehicle. The attorneys at Burleson Legal Group are here to help stop the repossession from occurring in the first place. Call today.
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Either way, there are plenty of options and it’s imperative you contact us today. Delay is not on your side when facing repossession. The time limits to act are short. At Burleson Legal Group we have represented over 10,000 Wisconsinites in bankruptcy. I’m sure we can find a solution for you.
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The first step toward your financial fresh start is to call or e-mail us today. You will speak with a down-to-earth and experienced debt relief attorney who will lay out your options in an easy-to-understand manner. The consultation itself doesn’t take long and it is free. We look forward to hearing from you today!