Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Did you recently complete your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

If you’re like most people who have completed a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, you just want to put the last 3-5 years behind you and move on.

You completed all of the steps and did your part, including taking credit counseling classes. But what they didn’t tell you…

There’s one important step in the process that the mortgage company needs to complete after your bankruptcy is discharged, to ensure you have a fresh start.

1. File Your Case

2. Attend Financial Management Courses

3. Complete Repayment Plan

4. Chapter 13 Debt Discharge

5. Update Your Credit Status

Last Step If your mortgage company didn’t complete that last step…

They could be costing you money in
higher interest rates
They could owe you money!

With just a brief phone call, you can find out if your credit report was updated after you completed your bankruptcy.

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