Life After Bankruptcy
Get a fresh start with bankruptcy? Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers Robert C. Bruner and Trey Wright can help. Free consultation. 850-385-0342.
What You Can Expect After Bankruptcy
If you are considering filing for protection under the federal bankruptcy laws, whether you are a business owner considering reorganization under Chapter 11, or an individual looking at the benefits of a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing, you are also likely concerned about what will happen after the bankruptcy is over. Will you ever be able to rebuild your credit? Will you be eligible for credit again? If so, how long will it be before you can buy a car or a house on credit? Or, if you run a business, how long before you can secure a line of credit to help you manage your cash flow?
At Bruner Wright, P.A., we offer over 30 years of hands-on experience to individuals and business owners who are contemplating a bankruptcy filing. We built our reputation on a commitment to personal service and attention, coupled with a high level of responsiveness. At our office, you will always get to work directly with an attorney. To set up a free initial consultation, contact us by e-mail or call our office at 850-385-0342.
There Is Life After Bankruptcy
Contrary to popular belief, bankruptcy will not ruin your financial prospects for the rest of your life. In many situations and with many creditors, filing for bankruptcy protection is viewed as a positive step, better than simply not paying your bills and not making any effort to resolve your problems.
Most creditors understand that people choose to file for bankruptcy protection for a variety of reasons: illness or injury, divorce, the loss of a job. When you choose to seek a fresh start by filing for bankruptcy protection, that is exactly what most creditors will give you. They will want to wait a little while to see if your problems have been fixed, but they will be more concerned about how you meet your obligations after the bankruptcy. If you can demonstrate that you have solid employment and that you not only have the ability to make payments on a timely basis, but also a record of doing so, you can eventually become eligible again to purchase items on credit. If you establish a new pattern of paying your obligations on time, you can again secure a car loan or a home mortgage.
Contact Our Office
To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, contact us or call us at 850-385-0342. We will meet with you or discuss your concerns by telephone any day of the week.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.