Rhode Island Car Repossession Attorneys

Providence-Based Lawyers Pursuing Collateral Recovery for Lenders

Repossession and replevin are important protections for creditors with security interests in a debtor's vehicle, office equipment, construction equipment, or other property. When debtors default on the terms of the loan, creditors may enforce their rights by pursuing collateral recovery through repossession or replevin.

At Strauss, Factor, Laing & Lyons, we represent banks, credit unions, finance companies, and other lending institutions through the collateral recovery process in Rhode Island. Our repossession lawyers have extensive experience in enforcing debt repayment and recovering collateral through repossession and replevin. Contact Strauss, Factor, Laing & Lyons to consult with an experienced creditors' rights lawyer.

Effective Collateral Recovery Strategies

Our attorneys have comprehensive knowledge of Rhode Island debt collection and collateral recovery laws, and the strategies available to lenders to enforce debt payment or return of the secured collateral. We have more than 20 years of experience exclusively representing the interests of creditors in collection, repossession, and replevin actions.

We provide skilled and relentless counsel to creditors in all types of collateral recovery, such as:

  • Repossession: Lenders may repossess secured collateral when debtors default on the terms of the loan. Our attorneys can guide lenders through the court process for repossession, keeping them abreast of updates in the case and working to obtain as efficient resolution as possible.
  • Replevin: Lenders may recover secured collateral through replevin when access to the secured property is unavailable. By bringing a replevin action in court, our attorneys can assist lenders in recovering hidden collateral — often, much quicker than through repossession.

Our repossession lawyers at Strauss, Factor, Laing & Lyons offer skilled representation in repossession and replevin cases involving all types of personal property, such as:

  • Cranes or other construction equipment
  • Copy machines, computers, or other office equipment
  • Cars, recreational vehicles, or other motor vehicles
  • Other types of personal property

Contact our Rhode Island repossession attorneys to discuss our experience and how we can assist you.