Life After Bankruptcy

After bankruptcy, you can have hope for a debt-free future.

Life goes on after you file for bankruptcy, but you need to take the necessary steps to make sure you don’t put yourself in that situation again.

Bankruptcy Is Not Necessarily A Negative

Once you file bankruptcy, your life is changed. But one of the common misconceptions of bankruptcy is that this change to your life is a negative that will follow you for the rest of your life.

Bankruptcy represents a fresh start and the truth is that many people find that they can quickly get their lives back on track. After bankruptcy, you will be able to rebuild your financial life with the advice of Toscano & Wilson along with the new perspective this experience has taught you.

You will need to prove yourself.

Bankruptcy is an opportunity to become a good credit risk in the eyes of lenders.

Rebuild Your Credit

This may be your first goal after Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Credit repair takes time, and it may take years to get your score back to where it once was. But since you have taken care of your previous obligations and you are no longer defaulting on loans or making late payments, you are in a much better position to rebuild.

As part of our process, we will give you insight on effective ways to rebuild your credit. We will help you build a budget, eliminate debt, and prepare you for future major purchases such as a car or home.

Contact Us

The legal experts at Toscano & Wilson understand what you are going through. Bankruptcy may seem like the end, but the truth is it is simply a new beginning. Through competent and compassionate legal representation with Toscano & Wilson, things can only get better. Give us a call, tell us your story, and start to feel better about your financial situation.

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