Originally Posted by Socom
Typically the best way to resolve these issues quickly is by keeping them nonpublic. Once you go public the process becomes more formal and drawn out.
I had a bankruptcy case once where the creditor repossessed a vehicle (which they had every right to do because the debtor missed payments) with special equipment installed for the couple's severely disabled child. The creditor's law firm was no help, so I told debtors the only choice was to go to the press. They did, and there was a story in the local paper pretty soon. The creditor bought the vehicle back (they has auctioned it as fast as they could) and GAVE the vehicle back to the debtors. A story did come out after that in the same paper about what that creditor had done giving a vehicle to a family with a severly disabled child.