Life After Bankruptcy
What Happens After You File?
Before choosing to file bankruptcy, be sure you know what may happen following your debt discharge, including how your bankruptcy filing will affect your ability to get credit and make major purchases.
Here at Bankruptcy.Me, we can help walk you through what to expect after your bankruptcy. Fill out the below form to ask a lawyer (for free) your direct questions about life after a bankruptcy filing:
Life After the Bankruptcy Process
If you’re currently swimming in debt, you’re probably wondering what you can do to help yourself in the here and now.
Filing bankruptcy may very well be a way to eliminate your current debt. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code offers you two consumer bankruptcy protections: Chapter 7 bankruptcy to discharge debts, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to catch up on your late payments over time and keep your home or car.
Before you make a decision, be sure to get information about how to file bankruptcy and understand how it may affect your life.
This section of Bankruptcy.Me explores life after bankruptcy in more detail. To learn even more about life after bankruptcy, be sure to get in touch with a local bankruptcy attorney near you.
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Speaking with a local bankruptcy lawyer is not only a good way to learn about what most bankruptcy filers experience after getting their bankruptcy discharge but to also improve your decision-making process if bankruptcy is truly a realistic option for your financial situation.
Whether you choose to file or not to file bankruptcy (remember, you must pass the Chapter 7 means test if you want to file under Chapter 7 bankruptcy), a bankruptcy lawyer can help you get the information you need to make a sound decision. At Bankruptcy.Me, we make connecting with a local bankruptcy attorney especially easy.
To get in touch with a bankruptcy attorney in your area, simply fill out the above free bankruptcy case review form or call 888-632-0587.