Filing For Bankruptcy
From your filing day to discharge, here’s how you get through the process without a lot of hassle.
Bankruptcy is easier when you know what to expect. It’s a good way to remove some of the fear so you can find confidence that you’re making the right decision. You can also make the right choices at each stage of the process so you can protect your assets and interests as much as possible. That way, you put yourself in the best position possible to move forward.
And keep in mind that even if you think you know the process, recent changes in bankruptcy law have changed the process significantly. You have to go through counseling and will face an impartial means test to assess your ability to qualify for the type of bankruptcy you want to file.
This section of our website is designed to help you set realistic expectations when you file for bankruptcy. If you need to get started or simply want more information, call us at 1-888-457-1633 to take that first critical step.
One of the biggest concerns most people have when they file, is what will happen to their credit score after the bankruptcy is complete. We explain what you can expect out of your credit score so you can prepare for what’s to come and make a plan to move forward towards recovery.