Rebuilding Credit After Bankruptcy

How to Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy Many people avoid bankruptcy because they have heard the stories of how bankruptcy stays on your credit report for 7-10 years. They believe that this will ruin any chances of ever having a good credit score. Untrue. In fact when you file bankruptcy and receive your immediate debt relief you [...]

By |2021-01-12T14:25:50-06:00June 12th, 2019|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Rebuilding Credit After Bankruptcy

Filing Bankruptcy for Credit Card Debt

Using Bankruptcy to Stop Credit Card Collections Can Bankruptcy Stop Credit Card Collections? Bankruptcy CAN stop collection attempts from credit card companies that include lawsuits or other forms of legal action. The automatic stay offers protection from collection attempts and stays in place until your case is completed. The stay goes into effect when you file bankruptcy, either Chapter [...]

By |2019-09-12T18:28:08-05:00May 29th, 2019|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Credit and Bankruptcy, Credit Tips, Debt and Tax Relief|Comments Off on Filing Bankruptcy for Credit Card Debt

Life After Bankruptcy: How to Regain Control of Your Finances

We know that filing for bankruptcy can be a stressful ordeal. And while you may feel relief after your case closes, the decisions you make in your life after bankruptcy are just as (if not more) important. To learn more about how to regain control of your finances after filing bankruptcy, contact a skilled bankruptcy [...]

By |2018-12-17T19:22:17-06:00September 18th, 2018|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Life After Bankruptcy: How to Regain Control of Your Finances

Bankruptcy and Success are Not Mutually Exclusive

It is a popular misconception that only unsuccessful people or businesses file for bankruptcy, or that there is no way for people to achieve success in the future after filing. Allmand Law Firm, PLLC would like to dispel the myth that bankruptcy and success are somehow mutually exclusive of one another, and focus on how [...]

By |2018-11-14T19:15:49-06:00October 15th, 2015|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Bankruptcy and Success are Not Mutually Exclusive

Debit Card Hold After Bankruptcy

If you're like most people, then you're probably using your debit card for many everyday transactions such as shopping for groceries, paying a restaurant bill and putting gas in your car. But many more merchants are beginning to practice placing a "hold" on bank accounts so that they can insure that they can get their [...]

By |2021-01-12T14:30:56-06:00August 4th, 2011|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Debit Card Hold After Bankruptcy

Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Making The Most Of Your Financial Fresh Start

One of the biggest reasons that some post-bankruptcy debtors fail to financially thrive after their bankruptcy discharge is that they don't understand the basics of personal finance. At first, some post-bankruptcy debtors are extremely frugal to a fault; but within a few years they begin making the same mistakes and need to consider bankruptcy again. [...]

By |2021-01-12T14:31:13-06:00August 2nd, 2011|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Making The Most Of Your Financial Fresh Start

Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Avoiding The Pit Falls Of Credit Card Balance Transfers

So you're out of bankruptcy for a few years now and you're ready to take your credit restoration efforts to another level. You already have a few low-credit, high interest rate credit cards; but you just qualified for new credit card with low interest and a high limit. Should you transfer the debt from your [...]

By |2021-01-12T14:31:45-06:00July 25th, 2011|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Avoiding The Pit Falls Of Credit Card Balance Transfers

How To Prevent Financial Disaster From Striking Twice

We've talked about what to do when faced with debt troubles after bankruptcy; but what can a post-bankruptcy debtor do to prevent financial disaster from striking twice? Let's take a look at a few tips: Post-bankruptcy debtors should never mistake a money draining liability for an asset. One of the most common mistakes post-bankruptcy debtors [...]

By |2021-01-12T14:34:12-06:00July 6th, 2011|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on How To Prevent Financial Disaster From Striking Twice

Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Banks Nickel And Dime Customers

As banks begin to feel the pinch due to credit card fee restrictions implemented by the Credit CARDAct, many financial institutions have begun to nickel and dime existing and new banking customers. For debtors exiting bankruptcy the new fee-heavy bank policies can be financially painful. Below are a few tips on how post-bankruptcy debtors can [...]

By |2021-01-19T12:22:29-06:00May 24th, 2011|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Banks Nickel And Dime Customers

Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Avoiding New Banking Fees

How to Avoid the Banking Fees As the recession rages on, many banks that once offered free checking are now implementing new fees and/or raising existing fees on accounts. For debtors exiting bankruptcy, these fees can be a hindrance to their financial goals because they can add up to hundreds of dollars a year once [...]

By |2021-01-19T13:17:27-06:00April 1st, 2011|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Post-Bankruptcy Survival: Avoiding New Banking Fees
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