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Credit Repair After Bankruptcy

Credit Cards after Bankruptcy Discharge

Many individuals believe that they will not be able to get credit for 10 years after filing bankruptcy. This myth is actually untrue. You can repair your credit after bankruptcy by obtaining a small loan and making timely payments. While the bankruptcy will appear on your credit report for up to 10 years, you will almost immediately be able to rebuild your credit and obtain a loan after bankruptcy.

Obtaining post bankruptcy credit cards may be easier than expected. As part of bankruptcy you will have completed mandatory credit counseling, which will arm you with the tools to be able to use credit wisely. Using credit wisely, many individuals are able to manage their finances after bankruptcy and get new lines of credit or credit cards within weeks or months after your bankruptcy has been completed. In fact, when managing credit wisely after bankruptcy, many individuals are able to obtain a new mortgage within a few years after filing for bankruptcy. We caution our clients, however, not to run up new credit card debt or other high-interest loans after completing bankruptcy.

To understand how your life will be affect by filing bankruptcy, speak to a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney with Weekes Law. We can help you successfully complete bankruptcy and also help guide you through reestablishing your credit afterward.

Life after Bankruptcy without Credit Card Debt

If you complete chapter 7 or your chapter 13 bankruptcy debt repayment plan and have kept up with your mortgage payments, this will go a long way to helping you get new lines of credit or credit cards. Capstone Law can help you repair your credit report your bankruptcy and clean off any errors or negative reports that were discharged as part of your bankruptcy.

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Low Cost Bankruptcy in Utah & Idaho

Are you being garnished, about to be garnished, or have another emergency and need to file immediately, but don’t have the upfront attorney’s fees to file? We can help. With our Affordable Bankruptcy Program, we can file your case for $0 down. After your emergency case is filed we will setup affordable monthly payments to pay for the cost of bankruptcy.

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Why Are We The Leading Firm in Idaho & Utah?

Experienced & Compassionate Attorneys

Our attorneys have dedicated their practices to understanding the intricacies of their practice areas to become among the most knowledgeable in the field.

Innovative & Affordable Payment Options

Many of our peer law firms have criticized us for offering flexible and unconventional payment options to our clients. We determined, however, that we would first find a solution that works for our clients and then find a way to make it work for our business.

Individual Attention

Out individual attention to each client and each case has helped us grow our bankruptcy practice to one of the largest in Utah. Simply put: our process and case handling provides greater care than our competition; that’s why we’re successful: we put the client first.

Thorough & Easy Process

Our commitment to individual attention and convenient process quickly made us the leader of top firms in Utah & Idaho. We believe that a good lawyer is one who understands all the available options and then candidly counsels his clients to solutions that best meet the client’s individual circumstances and then makes the process easy for the client.

Proudly Serving Utah & Boise

Our locations are conveniently located for easy access from I-15.

207 East 860 South, Orem, Utah 84058

8823 South Redwood Rd., Ste. C, West Jordan, Utah 84088

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