Filing for bankruptcy is one challenge. Making the most out of your fresh start is another. We help you maximize your new lease on life.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy stays on your credit report for 10 years. But most Chapter 7 debtors with low credit scores see their credit scores improve post-bankruptcy. [See the study](https://www.newyorkfed.org/medialibrary/media/research/staff_reports/sr725.pdf "see the study").Read More →
It's a myth that people won't be able to get a credit card after they file for bankruptcy.Read More →
If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the law of your state will determine whether you can keep the money from a lawsuit—but be prepared to give it up unless your state exemption law specifically says that you can keep the award.Read More →
Creditors are not allowed to do this unless the judge told them that they could at some point during your bankruptcy process. Check the "Notice of Discharge" that you received at the end of your bankruptcy process.Read More →
*__The automatic stay will not go back into effect until the judge grants your motion to re-instate the case.__*Read More →
Filing for bankruptcy can help you get rid of your credit card debt.Read More →