Life After Bankruptcy in Wisconsin
Credit Counseling And Continued Support
While it is often the presumption that filing for bankruptcy will ruin your ability to get credit for a long time into the future, this is simply not the case for most people. Even after filing for bankruptcy, you will likely get credit card offers and will even be able to get auto loans and other consumer credit not long after the process is over.
Our firm can answer your questions about life after bankruptcy, including:
- Applying for a home loan
- Buying a car
- Repairing your credit report
- The benefits of credit counseling
There are a lot of common bankruptcy myths out there that can dissuade people from making a smart financial decision. Talk with us to get the facts and to learn more about the best options for your unique situation.
Clear Your Out-of-Control Debt Through Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy is a great way for many people to get the fresh start that they need by discharging debts, saving their homes and other property, and stopping all forms of creditor harassment. If you are thinking about Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy as a means toward debt relief, it is important to also think about what happens after bankruptcy. The attorneys at Debt Advisors Law Offices can answer your questions and provide a clear picture of what you can expect after the bankrutpcy process has been completed.
Debt Advisors Cares about your Financial Future
At Debt Advisors, we will advise you on all of your options including bankruptcy and how that process would carry out. We will not abandon you after your bankruptcy is completed, however, and will continue to offer legal advice to help you stay out of debt in the future. With offices throughout Wisconsin, including Milwaukee, we have helped thousands of people find helpful debt solutions through bankruptcy.
Either send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 888-222-5615 to make an appointment with one of our experienced lawyers.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation and learn how you can get a fresh start for your financial future.