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Texas bankruptcy lawyerThough many people think a bankruptcy can ruin their credit for the rest of their lives, that is not necessarily true. When you file for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it stays on your credit report for at least seven years. Though that can be disheartening, you should not worry too much - you can start to rebuild your credit right after you file for bankruptcy. Often, people find that their financial situations and credit scores are even higher than they were before bankruptcy, given you can change the reason you became buried in debt. Though it can seem daunting, rebuilding your credit score after you file for bankruptcy is crucial. Here are XX ways to help build your credit back up.

Create a Budget

One of the first ways you can make sure you are on the track to financial success is by creating a monthly budget to keep track of your spending. There are numerous websites and apps that can help you do this, but they all essentially do the same thing - take your monthly earnings and subtract monthly expenses, budget for a few luxuries and then use what is left over to pay off debt, invest, or deposit into a savings account.

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