Have you had to file for bankruptcy in Washington, D.C.? Are you worried about the long term impacts that this might have on your credit record? We at Ammerman & Goldberg wish to help you understand your rights, options and outlooks when it comes to the relationship between bankruptcy and credit cards.
The first thing you should be aware of is the fact that a bankruptcy filing will remain on your score report for ten years at the least. This might be scary to you, and it is one of the reasons why anyone considering bankruptcy should weigh all their options to make sure that this is the right one for them. However, it is not actually as intimidating as it sounds. As soon as your debts have been discharged, you can work toward establishing better credit.