Life After Bankruptcy In Minnesota

Posted by Wesley Scott on May 12, 2020 at 5:07 PM
Wesley Scott

life-after-bankruptcyWhat is life like after bankruptcy in Minnesota? Rarely does this topic get discussed in a blog format. There are all kinds of blogs discussing what to do before bankruptcy, which firm to use, and what bankruptcy is and how it works but very little is written about what really happens to you after bankruptcy is over.

I started practicing law in 1997. I have filed thousands of bankruptcies myself. Our firm has filed tens of thousands of bankruptcies. I have yet to hear of a person who seriously regretted the decision to file bankruptcy. In fact, the overwhelming response we get from clients, clients who have high anxiety like me, is the decision to file bankruptcy was one of the best decisions they ever made. Sounds crazy right? Maybe, but it is also true.

From my experience, Minnesotans wait far too long before they seek help with a debt problem. They suffer needlessly, sometimes for years, when the reality is they should have hit the reset button much sooner and got on with their lives. I know this is easier said than done. But our former clients all felt the same uneasiness you do now. But what they found is that once the debt was gone and future lenders found their credit profile more favorable than before the bankruptcy, all the stars began to align.

 You see, life after bankruptcy is exactly that; life! No more worrying about debt day in and day out. Now, you can pay your bills on time and after going through Kain & Scott’s FREE 90 Day Credit Repair Program, your credit profile and credit future look much better. That is what most people discover. Once they discover this, they regret waiting so long to have filed the bankruptcy to begin with.

Call Now For A Free Strategy Session From A MN Bankruptcy Lawyer at Kain & Scott

When the time is right, or when you are ready, reach out to Minnesota’s LARGEST bankruptcy law firm at www.kainscott.com. You will be so glad you did!

 

A word from Minnesota Bankruptcy Attorney, Wesley Scott