This is the jumping off point for getting answers to your questions about bankruptcy, credit and finance.
You’ll find that some of the articles are listed in more than one section. Since the issues involving credit and bankruptcy are closely related, this is inevitable.
Here’s a brief summary of what the topics cover:
This section provides you with some of the options available for financing both during and after a bankruptcy.
In addition, we’ll show you a series of simple steps that you can take to accelerate your ability to recover from the effects of a bankruptcy.
You’ll learn what documentation you need and just how to use it in your recovery process.
Bankruptcy will usually destroy even the best of credit ratings. In this section, you’ll learn the steps you can follow to lessen the damage and to help get your financial life back.
Unless you’re involved in the credit industry, chances are that this subject is a real mystery.
And it’s no wonder that this is the case.
The credit industry and the credit bureaus have always been secretive and have zealously guarded information about how they operate.
Even now, when this industry has been forced (by law) to be more “transparent,” they still cling to the old ways of making your life pretty miserable. Getting information out of them is still a tedious, tiring and confusing process.
In this section, we’ll lift up some of the rocks that they still hide under.
We’ll give you some insights into just who and what you’re dealing with. You’ll learn some highly effective tactics to cut through the defenses that they throw at you and get some real results.