Turner & O’Connell, Attorneys At Law

Serving Pennsylvania since 1984


Our lawyers solve difficult legal problems concerning bankruptcy, divorce, obtaining disability benefits, real estate and estate planning.

Helping You Keep Your Car

If you are like most people, you rely on your car to get you back and forth to work and other places. If you can’t get to work, you can’t earn a check and pay your bills. You need to keep your car.

Luckily, if you have been threatened with car repossession, there are steps you can take to keep your car.

Since 1984, Turner & O’Connell, Attorneys at Law, has taken pride in helping people get past debt by filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Let us help you get past your debt and keep your car.

How Fast Does The Bankruptcy Process Work?

Threats of car repossession are immediate. You need an attorney who will act with the appropriate urgency. You can count on us to do so.

Yes, the bankruptcy process can take time. However, you don’t have to wait until the process is complete to know that your car is safe. As soon as bankruptcy is filed, an automatic stay is issued. This stay is a message to creditors that they need to stop any actions against you. They can’t touch your car.

It should also be noted that bankruptcy can also prevent repossession of other items, ranging from boats to motorcycles and more.

Is Bankruptcy A Permanent Solution?

You know that this is a stressful situation. You know that you never want to have to deal with this situation again.

The process of bankruptcy is designed to not only stop car repossession and resolve debt in the short term, but to get you started down the right path in the long term. It will put you in a position to prevent your debts from becoming an issue again.

Any bankruptcy questions you have will be answered by our lawyers, including questions about stopping repossession.

Free Consultation – Let Us Stand By Your Side

To schedule a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer serving Harrisburg, Newport and the surrounding parts of Pennsylvania, call us at 717-232-4551 or send us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.