Approximately 6000 consumers are faced with vehicle repossession whilst 1600 home owners lose their properties through repossession each and every year.
There may be a varying number of known reasons that results in repossession ranging from- failing to pay all the arrears on a bond or vehicle; divorcing or separating; constrained by personal loans, pay day loans or credit cards.
Taking positive action to avoid repossession is exactly what this site is focused on - we will help you retain your vehicle or property that is due for repossession.
Are you facing vehicle, property or furniture repossession and would like stop it?
Repossession stopping can be done generally, whatever level your repossession circumstance has already reached.
Repossession can be nerve-racking and upsetting - don't be concerned, ConsumerLaw is here to help you stop the repossession as quickly and effectively as is possible. This ConsumerLaw website could be the first step in stopping repossession of your property, vehicle or furniture.
A consumer can generally exit debt review before or after a court order has been granted, we know that being told that you will remain under debt for five years can sound like you are serving a 5 year prison sentence as you might be having so many plans that require financial freedom.
Contacting the office of the Consumer Law is the first step towards rescinding your debt review court order.
Visiting our page Exit Debt Review page for more information.