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Can I rebuild my credit after bankruptcy?

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00:00 [Music]00:03 hi my name is Robert Geller and I am a
00:07 consumer bankruptcy attorney in the
00:09 Tampa Bay area and I want to talk to you
00:12 today about whether you can rebuild your
00:15 credit after filing bankruptcy and the
00:18 answer is absolutely positively I have
00:21 been helping clients for over 26 years
00:24 file bankruptcy in the Tampa Bay area I
00:27 have seen clients as many as three times
00:29 file bankruptcy over that period of time
00:32 unfortunately those clients have filed
00:35 their bankruptcy they’ve done very well
00:37 they’ve rebuilt their credit they’ve
00:39 been able to buy homes they’ve incurred
00:42 credit card debt and due to unforeseen
00:45 or medical issues they were not able to
00:49 rebuild they were not able to pay their
00:51 bills and have to need to file
00:53 bankruptcy again so I’ve seen it
00:55 firsthand for many many clients file
00:57 more bankruptcy more than once and be
01:00 able to rebuild their credit one of the
01:02 things that we do after you file
01:05 bankruptcy and get your bankruptcy
01:06 discharge is we provide a program called
01:10 720 credit score com that will teach you
01:13 over a period of three months how to
01:15 rebuild your credit what they teach you
01:18 is you can go to a credit union get a
01:21 small secured loan pay that off and that
01:24 won’t report positively on your credit
01:27 report or they will also teach you where
01:29 to go to get small secured credit cards
01:32 and pay those off and that will report
01:35 positively on your credit report many of
01:38 you are wondering if you can buy a home
01:40 after filing bankruptcy the answer again
01:42 is yes generally within two years of
01:45 filing bankruptcy and getting a
01:46 discharge assuming you’re doing the
01:48 things that you need to do to rebuild
01:50 your credit and I’ve just discussed you
01:52 can qualify for a conventional mortgage
01:54 financing and buy a home many of you’re
01:57 also wondering whether you can buy a car
01:59 after filing bankruptcy and again the
02:01 answer is yes we have seen many many of
02:04 our clients file bankruptcy and get a
02:07 car TRO call car loan immediately after
02:10 filing bankruptcy in fact we can make
02:12 suggestions to you of car dealers and
02:15 car financing companies
02:17 that will provide you a car loan after
02:19 filing bankruptcy so if you need more
02:21 information about filing bankruptcy
02:24 click on the link and my name is Robert
02:27 Keller again and I look forward to
02:29 helping you rebuild your credit and
02:32 building a bridge to a brighter future
02:36 [Music]

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At the Tampa Bay law firm, the Law Offices of Robert M. Geller, P.A., we help people with consumer bankruptcy matters in the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg,  Florida communities such as Clearwater,     St. Petersburg, Tampa, Thonotosassa, Riverview, Lutz, Plant City, Brandon, Carrollwood, Wesley Chapel, St. Petersburg Beach, Lakeland, Mulberry, Dade City, Pinellas Park, Largo, Seminole, Odessa, Oldsmar and Lithia, and counties such as Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County, Polk County and Manatee County.