Foreclosure, Repossession and Replevin Actions
When a person fails to make payment for property, the creditor may attempt to recover that property through peaceful requests. If the debtor refuses to pay or to return the property, they are said to be in wrongful possession and the creditor may take him or her to court for a foreclosure proceeding (on real estate) or a repossession action (legally referred to a replevin action).
The creditors' rights attorneys at Niebler, Pyzyk, Roth & Carrig, LLP represent the interests of banks, finance companies, and equipment lessors in foreclosure and replevin actions. For prompt legal assistance to help you recover property and collateral, contact the creditor's rights lawyers at Niebler, Pyzyk, Roth & Carrig, LLP.
We assist clients with a security interest in a particular asset (a home, business property, car, business equipment) by:
Contact our office in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, to schedule an opportunity to meet with us about your business law needs, particularly if you are a creditor seeking to enforce your rights in a commercial bankruptcy proceeding. We are ready to resolve your legal matter completely and cost-effectively.