Life After Bankruptcy
Many consumers do not see a light at the end of the tunnel when they file for bankruptcy. While they may be able to secure the debt relief they need, post-bankruptcy possibilities fill them with dread. They wonder if they will ever be able to qualify for a car loan or mortgage again. They wonder what life will be like after bankruptcy.
The goal of attorney Timothy J. Helbing, the founder of the Helbing Law Office, LLC, is to educate his clients on what life after bankruptcy in Wisconsin is really like. For more than a decade, attorney Helbing has represented clients in their most difficult personal matters. His experience with Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies means clients receive the benefit of his seasoned legal judgment and his knowledge of how bankruptcy actually works in their localities.
After enduring the process of bankruptcy and the years of stress leading up to it, no one intentionally embarks on that journey again. Taking simple yet careful steps following the discharge of your debts can make your life easier and prevent future financial problems. Contact our Appleton office at 920-659-5606.
Take Back Control Of Your Finances: Green Bay And Surrounding Communities
A bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 10 years. However, that does not prevent you from securing credit in the near future. Filing bankruptcy gives you control over your debts. When the discharge occurs, you will have more control over your life, not to mention your credit score.
Smart financial decisions should dictate your life after bankruptcy. In addition, you can generally keep your home and car and make regular payments, increasing your credit rating. You can still enjoy the security of a 401(k) and other retirement accounts untouched by creditors.
Simply put, there is life after bankruptcy and Helbing Law Office, LLC, can help you understand what to do after you receive your bankruptcy discharge.
Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving The Appleton, Wisconsin, Area
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding the long-term effects of bankruptcy, please call us at 920-659-5606. You can also make your appointment online. Initial consultations are always confidential.
We are debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.