Worried About Damaging Your Credit?
At the law firm of Bryan P. Keenan & Associates, we are aware that one of the biggest concerns you may have is that bankruptcy will ruin your credit score. We want you to know that this is not an issue.
The unfortunate reality is that, if you are considering bankruptcy, your credit is probably seriously damaged already. If a lender sees your credit report now, it is unlikely that he or she will want to give any more money to someone who is already overwhelmed with debt.
Filing bankruptcy is actually the first step in rebuilding your credit by putting your debt behind you. We can show you how.
Find Out How Bankruptcy Is the First Step in Fixing Your Credit
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Bankruptcy is the first step in rebuilding your credit. You may not be able to get a loan immediately after you have filed, but you probably won't want to either. However, as you progress through the bankruptcy process, you may be surprised to find that you are able to get credit. Lenders may be willing to provide loans because your credit report reflects that, while you have filed bankruptcy, you have proactively taken steps to manage your debt. This may be seen as a positive.
Our law firm will stand beside you to help you take additional steps to repair your credit after filing bankruptcy. One of the first small steps we may recommend is to get a credit card. Many people are hesitant to do this after what they have been through, but it is a good way to get in the habit of properly managing credit. It is a good way to start healing your credit score.
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