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Getting the most out of bankruptcy in the aftermath, Part 2

On Behalf of | Jun 1, 2018 | bankruptcy, Firm News

How can a highly challenged Arkansas debtor optimally approach bankruptcy and financially recover in its wake?

We posed that question in our immediately preceding blog post. We specifically noted in our May 30 entry that proven debt-relief attorneys can help immediately by imparting key information concerning the process, its projected timetable and recovery particulars.

Readers concerned with high debt levels and overcoming stark money challenges should note immediately that the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel truly does exist for bankruptcy filers. A recent online overview on emerging successfully from bankruptcy stresses that filing needn’t be “a financial monsoon that sweeps away your credit freedom for the rest of your life.”

Indeed, that debt-relief article notes, very purposeful steps can be taken by filers – and routinely are, in millions of instances – to regain strong financial traction in the wake of a bankruptcy discharge.

It all starts with close attention being paid to credit restoration in the months and early years following a bankruptcy filing. Although it is certainly true that there is no quick fix for securing a sky-high credit score following a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 discharge, purposeful moves that restore credibility can duly impress creditors.

Above all else, that means keeping new payment obligations under tight wraps and paying existing loan amounts off on time. Being disciplined about that will absolutely drive up FICO scores with the major credit bureaus considerably, as well as bring progressively better offers from creditors.

Some individuals envision a lifetime of hard challenges following a bankruptcy filing. In truth, that is routinely a misplaced concern, especially when a filer acts with restraint and purpose to restore credit following a Chapter 7 or 13 discharge.

A proven debt-relief attorney can supply further information.


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