If you already have slow or bad credit, you will find that bankruptcy will actually help to improve your credit score. As a general rule, a person’s credit score will increase by approximately 100 points within fifteen months of obtaining a bankruptcy discharge. You can obtain credit relatively easy after filing bankruptcy. You will pay higher interest rates the first couple of years after your case is discharged.
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