Information about repairing your credit.
Learn about credit repair including how it is possible, and what your first steps should be. Our credit repair law firm has options…maybe some you didn’t even know exist.
Credit ratings range between 330 and 830. According to the three national consumer reporting agencies, (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion), the average credit score in the U.S. is around 687. In Wisconsin, the average is 707. As you may already know, a good or bad credit score can impact your life on a daily basis. The higher your score, the more trustworthy and responsible you will appear to lenders, landlords, and even employers. The lower your score, the more you’ll need, and want to, focus on bringing it up. On the bright side, having a low credit score simply means there’s one way to go…and that’s up! Start repairing credit by creating and maintaining a budget for yourself and your family. (Free download on this page.)
We hear clients ask lots of questions about repairing credit scores, so we’re going to do our best to answer them all. In some cases, the best method is to take advantage of our free, no-hassle consultation with an attorney. Start right now. We know some lawyers can be a bit intimidating, but don’t worry, the attorneys at Debt Advisors are very knowledgeable and very easy to talk to.
When a client contacts Debt Advisors Law Offices, their credit scores are typically very low due to some life event or situation that has caused a lot of debt and the inability to keep up with bills. Therefore, it may be safe to assume that your reading this site because you are struggling with your own credit score and are interested in either debt settlement, bankruptcy, or our 720 Credit Score Program. The good news is that there are ways to take care of credit score problems, and Debt Advisors can certainly place you on the right path. Contact us at one of our 6 Wisconsin locations today!