At Zingarelli Law Office, clients often ask us what they can expect after bankruptcy. We can’t promise that your life will become a bed of roses after your bankruptcy filing. What we can say is that you can have greater cash flow, relief from creditor harassment and a chance to rebuild your financial life.
Your credit will improve over time, because lenders will see that you have taken action to deal with your debt problem. Depending on circumstances, you may even be able to buy a car on credit within a few months after the discharge of your debts in Chapter 7 or the approval of your Chapter 13 debt repayment plan.
Our Cincinnati bankruptcy attorneys are dedicated to helping people obtain maximum debt relief and the chance to start over again. Contact Zingarelli Law Office today for a no-obligation consultation with a lawyer. It could be the first step toward a brighter financial future.
Every case is different, and it will be up to you to make the most of the new opportunity before you. Our firm will do everything we can to help you get that new opportunity — and a fresh financial start.
In a no-obligation consultation, an attorney at our firm can explain the bankruptcy process and help you determine whether filing bankruptcy is right for you. After that conversation, you will have a full understanding of what will happen before and after your bankruptcy.
At Zingarelli Law Office, our service does not end after your Chapter 7 discharge or approval of your Chapter 13 repayment plan. As your life moves forward, you may have questions about rebuilding credit and what you should do regarding major transactions. We can provide you with advice and counsel regarding these and other issues.
Our bankruptcy attorneys have helped hundreds of people in the Greater Cincinnati area get debt relief. We want to help you get the chance to begin again. Contact Zingarelli Law Office online or call 513-381-2047 for a no-obligation initial consultation. With an office in Cincinnati, Ohio, we serve clients throughout southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky.