Life After Bankruptcy

Rebuilding Your Credit After the Bankruptcy Discharge

You have finally cleared away your debt and achieved the fresh start you needed, but now what can you do to rebuild your credit? There are essentially two parts to the process: you need to make sure your credit report accurately reflects your new situation and you need to make sure that you do not do anything in the future to tarnish your fresh start.

At The Slomka Law Firm, P.C., we are committed to helping consumers in Marietta, Georgia, and the Atlanta area regain control over their finances. We offer our clients personal service and honest advice before, during and after bankruptcy. To discuss your bankruptcy options with an experienced attorney, call us at (678) 732-0001 for a free initial consultation.

You Do Have to Pay Your Mortgage

While bankruptcy does provide you with a fresh start after the discharge, the usual rules of commerce and finance will still apply to you. Bankruptcy is not a life-long get out of jail free card. For instance, you still need to make your mortgage payment even after going through Chapter 13 to avoid foreclosure.

It will be as important as ever to make timely payments on mortgages, auto loans, credit cards and all other bills. Making timely payments will be the key to reestablishing good credit and opening up new credit opportunities for you and your family.

Start Down the Road Towards Life After Bankruptcy

Are you ready to hit the RESET button and take control of your finances? Contact us today for a free initial consultation with a lawyer.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.