Bankruptcy Recovery Guide

Rebuild your credit and reestablish financial stability after final discharge.

So your bankruptcy is finally complete and you’re ready to finally get that fresh start you’ve been working towards all this time. Now what? How do you get from this clean slate to creating the financial future you want to achieve?

Although the credit damage from bankruptcy will follow you for a few years down the road, that doesn’t mean you have to wait to rebuild. You can take steps to rebuild your credit and regain any lost assets quickly so your life isn’t put on hold.

The information below can help you understand how to get the fresh start you want to move forward and achieve your goals. If you still have questions, call us at 1‐888-457-1633 to connect with the services you need to recover successfully.

4 easy steps to rebuild your credit

Often people’s biggest concern about bankruptcy is the damage it does to your credit score. The common conception is that you’ll be a credit pariah – that you won’t be able to get any credit or loans for years to come. But this just isn’t the case. We walk you through the four essential steps you need to take to rebuild your credit as quickly as possible.

Buying a car after bankruptcy

Just because you’ve filed for bankruptcy, your life doesn’t go on hold waiting for your credit to recover. You need a car to get to work and get around. Let’s face it – in many places in the U.S. you really need a vehicle to get around. We’ll help you get the transportation you need so you don’t have to put your life on hold while you wait for better credit.