The purpose of bankruptcy is to help you get a fresh start, provide you with an incentive to work, earn money, pay taxes and take care of your family. Part of that purpose is rebuilding your credit after your bankruptcy case is over.
When it comes to rebuilding your credit, bankruptcy isn’t any harder to overcome than foreclosure, short sale or divorce. It’s just a matter of how proactive and dedicated you are to repairing your credit. In fact, the best things you can do to rebuild your credit score are the same things you should be doing to maintain a good score.
Here are five ways to repair your credit score after bankruptcy:
Over the past 30 years, the Law Offices of Christopher A. Benson has helped over 2,300 of Washington clients take control of their financial situation. We can stop your garnishment and change your monthly payments for all your combined unsecured debt, and if you have had more than $600 garnished within the last 90 days, we can get all of the money back in most cases. But you have to act quickly–call (253) 815-6940 for your free consultation, or email us today. Evening and weekend appointments available.
About the Author
Chris served on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity
Seattle/S. King County for 10 years and served as Vice President
of the organization during part of that time. Read More