Rebuild credit and have a NORMAL LIFE!
As your bankruptcy attorney, I know that getting a discharge of your debt is only part of the concern. You also want to have a normal life. This includes rebuilding your credit score as fast as possible.
For years, we have been meeting with clients who are terrified about the future: credit is so important! How do I rebuild credit? You need credit for obvious things like obtaining a car loan or getting a credit card. You also need credit to get good insurance rates and even perhaps to get hired at a new job!
I’ve listened to your concerns and I have answers!
Simple steps to Rebuild Credit.
In my research, I have discovered a few things:
1) You must take steps immediately to rebuild credit after your bankruptcy discharge.
2) You must take these steps. You must get credit. Use it wisely and do not get over your head. Remember that no credit is just as bad as poor credit.
3) You must pay your bills on time every month.
4) That a large loan does not necessarily count more than a small loan. Any type of credit reported positively on your credit report will help you to rebuild credit after bankruptcy.
5) That if you do these things, you can have a 700 or better score in 24 months or less!
While the process to rebuild credit after bankruptcy is something only you can do, I want you to get a bankruptcy discharge and the fresh start you need. Once you have filed your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case with me, the process to rebuild your credit will start right away!
Please contact me today to discuss how to build credit and make your life better. 314-827-4027.
Sean C. Paul is licensed to practice law in the State of Missouri. His practice is located in south St. Louis County. He can help you with your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case. Talk to Sean about how to build credit after bankruptcy.
Sean C. Paul will give you the individual attention you deserve. He will meet with you one-on-one to determine how he can help you. If you are considering filing bankruptcy in Missouri, please call today.