Post-Bankruptcy Attorney In Tucson, Arizona
Taking Steps to Make Post-Bankruptcy Life Easier
Part of the anxiety for anyone filing bankruptcy is the prospect of his or her future post-bankruptcy. However, taking proper and proactive steps can put you on the road to financial recovery and an ever-improving credit score. At the law office of Eric Ollason in Tucson, Arizona, we are at your side when you take that first important step. We can educate you on your options once your debt is formally discharged or reorganized.
A bankruptcy filing is not a burden that will forever ruin your prospects of buying a house or car. There is life after bankruptcy. Contact attorney Eric Ollason at 520-791-2707.
There Is Life After Bankruptcy
You can rebuild your credit within 12 to 15 months after a bankruptcy. The first step is to take a mandatory class that educates you on how to better manage your money. You also receive counseling on rebuilding your credit. You have the chance to start over, free of financial stress.
Bankruptcy Is More Common Than You Think
At the law office of Eric Ollason, we want you to know that bankruptcy is more commonplace than you can possibly imagine. People with good credit and bad credit are filing for debt relief daily. Divorce, medical bills and job layoffs can play a part in a controlled financial situation becoming out of control. The negative stigma attached to those filing is not as prevalent as it once was. A bankruptcy showing up on a credit report does not stand out as much as it used to.
A Fresh Start with Good Credit
While challenging, you can emerge from bankruptcy with the chance to secure low-interest home or car loans. Timely payments to secured debt and credit cards raises your score to levels you once only dreamed of enjoying.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding life after bankruptcy, please contact us.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
If you are in crisis, you need help. You need compassion and education on the following:
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 12 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Property that you can keep
- Dischargeable and non-dischargeable debts
- Life following bankruptcy
- Stop Garnishments & Creditor Harassment
- Foreclosures and Repossessions
- Family Debt
- Small Business Debt
- Short Sale
- Second Mortgage / Home Equity Line of Credit
- Corporate and LLC Debt
- Bankruptcy Tools
- Bankruptcy Practice Center