Bankruptcy and Your Credit Report: Separating Fact from Fiction

Admin on January 11, 2020 Posted in Bankruptcy Law, Blog

Whether or not to file for bankruptcy is a complex decision, and many factors influence whether it is a good idea for you. One area that many people ask questions about when filing for bankruptcy is credit scores. People are not just concerned about how bankruptcy will impact their credit score, but also if they […]

Recover From Bankruptcy in Eight Easy Steps

Admin on April 15, 2019 Posted in Blog, General Bankruptcy, Rebuilding Credit

Rebuilding your credit score and financial situation after navigating bankruptcy can seem like an impossible task. It is common to worry that filing for bankruptcy will have a negative impact on your credit score and will prevent you from fulfilling your long term goals. By creating a recovery plan after bankruptcy, however, it is possible […]

Bankruptcy and Your Credit Score

Admin on April 11, 2018 Posted in Bankruptcy Law, Blog, General Bankruptcy

Social research seems to point to a trend wherein people are reticent to file for bankruptcy or utilize social welfare programs. At the same time, with the emergence of the importance of maintaining a good credit score, this trend continues. The trend over the last several years has been moving away from social welfare programs […]