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Taking On Your Credit Report: Step Six

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Taking On Your Credit Report: Step Six

bankruptcy, southern california bankruptcy, filing bankruptcy, dealing with debt, westgate law, bankruptcy attorney, bankruptcy lawyer, southern california bankruptcy attorney, southern california bankruptcy lawyer, rebuild credit after bankruptcy, credit score, perfect credit after bankruptcyThe last thing you have to do when it’s time to restore your credit after bankruptcy is to consider any information that has been reported post-bankruptcy. Do you have any new accounts that have been opened/active since you received your discharge of debt? Make sure that any new accounts and/or new collection accounts that appear after filing are reporting accurately.

In some cases, collection agencies that assumed debt around the time of your bankruptcy do not receive the information regarding your filing. This can leave negative information reporting to your credit report post-bankruptcy that was actually discharged.

In this type of situation, regardless of when the collection agency makes the negative report to you credit, the seven-year clock to have it removed begins from the date you filed. It does not depend on when the collection agency posts to your credit report.

If you have questions about bankruptcy or what happens after bankruptcy please get in touch with one of the experienced southern California bankruptcy attorneys at Westgate Law.

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Justin Harelik
Justin has a singular goal: to get people out of financial distress and move them to financial stability and prosperity. He does this by combining 15 years of in-depth experience in bankruptcy, credit management, debt negotiation and student loan modifications, and he does it with both English and Spanish-speaking clients.

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