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Restoring Credit after Bankruptcy

Your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy has just been completed and your eligible debt has been discharged. What steps should you take next to repair your credit so that you can be on your way towards a more stable financial future? The attorneys at the Price Law Group recommend that you contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to get started. An attorney at our firm is ready meet with you in a free, confidential consultation, evaluate your personal financial situation, and help you restore your credit after bankruptcy.

Rights Under the FCRA

Many people are unaware that mistakes on credit reports are very common and often result in higher interest rates on loans, credit cards or mortgages. They also don't know that The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) gives them the right to contact the credit bureaus, dispute and have corrected the false or erroneous information on their credit report. This process can take from 9 months to a year to complete and can be managed by a highly skilled bankruptcy attorney at the firm. They have the depth of understanding of the law and the knowledge of the procedures involved to accurately and efficiently help you repair the incorrect information on your credit report.

The process they will help you with includes:

  • Contacting the Equifax, Experian and TransUnion credit bureaus
  • Reviewing your report
  • Disputing inaccurate, misleading or incomplete items
  • Making sure that the false items on your report are removed

With 20 years of bankruptcy law experience behind us and having the benefit of already helping thousands of people over the years, our attorneys know how important it is to repair credit after a bankruptcy. Leaving mistakes on your credit report will likely result in costing you thousands of dollars yearly in higher interest rates and delay, if not stop altogether, your hope of financial security. Don't let that happen; reach out at your earliest opportunity and let us start helping you move forward with your financial life.

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