Rebuilding Your Credit

There are many myths surrounding bankruptcy in California. One of those myths is that your credit will be ruined forever. At the Law Offices of Elliott Abrams, we have been assisting our clients with their credit rebuilding for more than 30 years. We know what steps to take in order to get you back on your feet and on the path to financial freedom.

Contact Elliott Abrams, a skilled Walnut Creek consumer bankruptcy lawyer to learn more about rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy. Initial consumer bankruptcy consultations are free of charge.

Walnut Creek, California, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney Helping Families Rebuild Credit

Filing for either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can eliminate your debt and give you the fresh start you need to move forward with your life. While it will hurt your credit score initially, there are steps that can be taken immediately to begin rebuilding.

Some individuals believe that it will take 10 years or more to remove all effects that a bankruptcy filing may have on your financial records. This is completely untrue. A skilled Walnut Creek lawyer at our law firm will analyze your situation and show you each and every step you can take to begin rebuilding your credit score today.

Having a Lower Debt-to-Income Ratio

After filing for bankruptcy, you will have a lower debt-to-income ratio. This simply means that you no longer owe large debts. Creditors will see this and a skilled attorney can help you use this to your advantage in once again establishing good credit. You must be careful as to what credit plan you accept after filing for bankruptcy, however, making it very critical to speak with a knowledgeable California lawyer regarding all of your options.

Contact a Walnut Creek Bankruptcy Attorney

For more information on rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy in California, contact our Walnut Creek law office at 925-947-1333 for an initial consultation with attorney Elliott Abrams.

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