Is There Life After Bankruptcy?
Life after you file bankruptcy can be hard to imagine, especially when all you can think about now is your debts, creditor harassment and the potential threat of a creditor lawsuit. Once you file for bankruptcy, creditor harassment stops, foreclosure comes to a halt and you get the breathing room you need to get a fresh start.
The Law Office of Gordon Mosley can help you get information about bankruptcy. I work with clients throughout Texas and focus my practice exclusively on the area of bankruptcy law. I am attorney Gordon Mosley, and I have more than 20 years of experience helping individuals and small businesses file for bankruptcy and continue to maintain a proven legal track record.
Life After Bankruptcy
Once you file for bankruptcy, creditor harassment and contact with creditors stops. This means lawsuits, bank seizures, repossessions and foreclosure comes to a stop with the “automatic stay.”
If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can get caught up with mortgage arrearages. If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your unsecured debts will be discharged and you can start fresh. Bankruptcy is an option that can help you get back on your feet after unexpected situations that lead to significant debt.
How Long Will Bankruptcy Show Up On My Credit?
A bankruptcy can be on your credit for up to 10 years, but it doesn’t mean that your credit is ruined for that long. Rebuilding credit can begin immediately after you file for bankruptcy. It is likely that the only people who will know you’ve filed for bankruptcy are you and your bankruptcy lawyer.
Your First Meeting Is Free With Me
At the Law Office of Gordon Mosley, I do not charge for the first meeting. You can meet with me by calling 903-266-1843 or by completing an online form. Consultations can be scheduled at a time that is convenient for you. My firm is located in Smith County and accepts bankruptcy cases throughout all surrounding Texas areas.
My law office is a debt relief agency and helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.