I spend a lot of time on here writing about after a bankruptcy case. I have been asked why? Why does a person whose job is the actual mechanics of filing a bankruptcy case spend so much time talking about what happens when she is done?
Because my clients care about what happens when it is done.
For a Chapter 7 bankruptcy client that actual time spent prior to the case and inside the case is short in the grand scheme of life, but the time after, that is the REST OF THEIR LIFE. What happens after a case matters.
The answer to how does life work after a bankruptcy case is not an easy one. It really depends on what you want to do and how you want to handle it.
I have clients that never want to see credit for the rest of their natural lives and others that cannot rebuild their credit fast enough. The advice I give you before, during, and after your bankruptcy case is tailored to you and your goals specifically. If you are a person that never wants to see credit again, I am going to talk to you about the importance of budgets, emergency funds, saving for non-monthly expenses, and the strategy behind a debt free lifestyle. If you are a person that cannot wait to rebuild your credit we are going to talk about secured cards, car loans, and interest rates getting better with time and patience (and probably about savings too….I push that pretty hard with you guys after a bankruptcy case).
There is a life after a bankruptcy case and we will talk about how to move forward with it as part of your whole bankruptcy case.
Because it matters to you.
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