Hamilton Paige can offer fast, reliable advice and support through the repossession process. We understand that experiencing a possession order can be stressful, which is why we are available to help you no matter what your needs may be.

We offer free initial advice to anyone facing repossession of their home. Hamilton Paige provides fast support to prevent you losing your home. We offer our professional expertise when you need it most, regardless of what you need help with.

We are open 9am to 8pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday with fast advice, support, and solutions. With over a decade of reliable experience, we’ve helped hundreds of people resolve their mortgage issues with tailor-made solutions that suit each client’s needs.

The first step is for you to get in contact with us and our expert advisors will guide you through the process. We do not judge our clients on the basis of their credit scores so you can relax by knowing we are experts in resolving even complex cases.

How do I stop a repossession order?

Although you may have heard otherwise, you can stop a repossession order at any time, even up until the day of eviction. Though it is better to halt repossession proceedings before a county court judgement is made for a possession order. Making a plan should be your first step, and getting your lender to agree with your suggestions is the next. As a matter of law, lenders are required to consider whether you’ve made good suggestions or not and most importantly, whether these proposals can be actioned..

Avoiding a home repossession checklist

  • Create a recovery plan
  • Write a letter to your lender with regards to the plan which is actionable.
  • If your lender has already filed a claim against you, prepare evidence and legal representation for your repossession hearing.
  • Speak with a legal adviser if you have received a repossession order (this is called a possession order by the court).
  • Try to make a new financial agreement with your lender.

If you still need help because the above did not work, then consider seeking advice and assistance from Hamilton Paige. We provide free advice and will be happy to talk you through the different options available to you.

Hamilton Paige is part of The Property Ombudsman scheme which in turn protects you and your interests.  You can call us on 020 8175 6977 or email us info@hamiltonpaige.com or use the contact page for more details.

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