At Bratton Scott our bankruptcy attorneys understand that you are concerned about how long a bankruptcy filing and discharge may stay on your record. In our new article below, we’ll address this legitimate concern in three parts. First, we’ll provide the bottom line answer as to how long bankruptcy stays on your credit report; second, we’ll discuss what your credit report, likely, looks like now; and, three, we’ll explain how you can rebuild your credit after bankruptcy.
If you have questions or concerns about your individual situation and how you may benefit from bankruptcy, or not, consult with Bratton Scott’s qualified bankruptcy attorneys at one of our Haddonfield, Ewing, or Philadelphia offices, 856-857-6007.
Click here to read Bratton Scott’s newest article entitled, How Long Will Bankruptcy Stay On My Record?