Rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy is a process that involves many variables and time. However, your credit can be rebuilt, and in many cases, better than it was before. Our clients almost always stress their concern about losing their ability to get credit for years after filing bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy will greatly affect an individual’s ability to obtain credit. However, the more effort you put into rebuilding your credit, the quicker the credit scores will improve and access to credit will increase.
Here are some tips on how to reestablish your credit:
In some cases, bankruptcy is not a choice, but a way of starting over financially, and your only option. However, there are many aspects to filing bankruptcy that can be difficult to understand. Contact the Law Office of Brian R. Lewis today for your free initial consultation to have someone who understand bankruptcy on your side.