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You Can Improve Your Credit Post Chapter 7

Did you know that filing for bankruptcy can actually improve your credit history if you are responsible with your credit and debt post-filing?

When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can do so much more than erase some of your debts. In fact, many people who have successfully filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy find that their credit score improves after 12 months if they are responsible financially.

While filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy will initially appear as a stain on your credit history, it may help you over time. By erasing the majority of your debt now, you can clean your financial slate and start fresh. By viewing this as a chance to rebuild your credit history, you can work your way towards a better credit rating faster than you would expect.

If you do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you still have legal options that may help you address your debts. To learn more about those options, take the time to contact a Chicago Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney from our legal team now!
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