Frequenlty Asked Questions
About Rebuilding Credit Score
Absolutely, Although bankruptcy is on your credit report for up to 10 years, with proper advice, you can begin to reestablish your credit immediately after your bankruptcy discharge. In fact, it is likely that pre-approved credit cards will arrive within weeks of a bankruptcy filing. We know how to help you improve your credit, get good rates, and avoid future problems.
One of the most common questions people have following the bankruptcy process is how they can restore their credit score. Obtaining new credit after bankruptcy can be difficult, but there are steps people can take to begin rebuilding credit for the future.
These steps are outlined in our Steps to Improve Credit Score Following Bankruptcy article