Credit Improvement Following Bankruptcy
Cerritos Bankruptcy Attorney Offering Helpful Resources
At RJB Law Offices, our Cerritos bankruptcy attorneys are committed to helping our clients recover from their financial hardship. For this reason, we connect the individuals we represent to a helpful credit rebuilding program once they have had their debt discharged through bankruptcy. This program, which usually has an enrollment cost of $1,000, is "7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score." For our clients, we offer enrollment into this program at no cost. By signing up for 7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score, you can experience a significant change in your credit score over the next 12 to 24 months—considering that you act immediately after your debt is discharged and that you actually follow all the steps of the program. Additional information about this credit education resource is available at
Why is it so important to rebuild my credit score?
Your credit score is a number that tells lenders and others in similar roles what the level of risk is in lending to you. This number is often used to make decisions that majorly affect your life, such as whether to give you loan for a home, a car or other large purchases. Apartment owners and employers also use credit scores when deciding whether to accept applicants. When people have had major debt issues in the past, they typically have low credit scores. In a society that so heavily relies on credit history, it is important that you take steps to improve your score as much as possible. Another key point to remember is that simply putting a stop to all use of your credit could actually be a dangerous move since no credit is right on right par with poor credit.
We want to help our clients build new lives that are more financially secure as they move forward from their bankruptcies. This involves working diligently toward credit restoration. We believe that this program is a helpful way to do that. Our legal team is here to answer your questions about 7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score. We can also explain how we can help you file for bankruptcy if have not done so already.
Contact RJB Law Offices today!