How to Repair Credit After Bankruptcy

You may think that the words bankruptcy and credit repair do not go together, particularly after you have been faced with debt collectors and their wide array of collection techniques. Perhaps you have been harassed, threatened with foreclosure or repossession. Perhaps you know that your credit score has been destroyed, even without getting your credit report. You may not think that there is any way to fix it, but there is. Bankruptcy is the first step.

An experienced attorney can guide you through the bankruptcy process and educate you about credit repair. At Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, we have more than three decades of experience helping people just like you in Nashville and throughout Tennessee. Let us help you regain control of your financial situation and your credit score.

Start Small

You have dealt with enough debt collection. You certainly do not want to have to deal with that anymore. Still, after you have completed the bankruptcy process, you do not have to be afraid of credit altogether. You just need to start small. It is important to understand that credit is a tool and, when used wisely, it can benefit you.

You may be surprised at how soon you start getting offers for credit cards. When you find one that meets your needs, you may want to apply for it. Again, you may be surprised at how quickly you are approved. Using your credit card and paying off your balance helps you rebuild credit. You will be able to repair your credit so that you can soon get a car loan or a home mortgage, if that is what you are looking for. We will provide you the guidance you need.

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Please contact the lawyers at Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, today to get answers to questions about how to repair credit after bankruptcy.