Nashville Credit Lawyers
If you are considering filing bankruptcy, do not let concerns about potential damage to your credit score hold you back. Such concerns are unfounded. One of the most prevalent myths about bankruptcy is that it will have a negative impact on a person’s credit score. In reality, however, filing bankruptcy is the first step toward rebuilding credit. At Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, our lawyers will take the time to explain how bankruptcy truly affects your credit.
What Is Your Credit Score?
Do you know what your credit score is now? If you are overwhelmed by debt, you have probably already fallen behind on some bills. Your credit score has probably suffered as a result. Fighting debt collectors and repairing your credit are issues that have been on your mind for a while. You can deal with these issues through bankruptcy with the help of our attorneys. We have more than three decades of experience helping people just like you overcome debt in Nashville and throughout Tennessee. We will start by educating you about credit reporting.
Perhaps you are lucky and you still have a good credit score. How long will it last? Every late payment has an impact. When you file bankruptcy, you will not have to worry about late payments and their negative impact anymore.
Credit After Bankruptcy
You will be able to get credit after filing bankruptcy. In fact, you may be surprised at how fast you are able to get credit. Of course, it is important to start small. Every on-time payment you make will help you get your credit score up to where it needs to be to achieve your goals. Bankruptcy is designed to help your financial future, not hinder it.
Contact Us For A Free Bankruptcy Consultation
Please contact Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, today to get an answer to the question, “How does bankruptcy affect your credit?”