Life After Bankruptcy in Salt Lake City

What Is Life Like After Bankruptcy?

Because of all of the myths of bankruptcy, you may not be aware of just how much relief filing for bankruptcy can provide. Once you have made the decision to file for bankruptcy or when you are trying to decide, you may be curious what will happen after you file. Filing for bankruptcy gives you a fresh start, free of debt and creditor harassment. At Enderton & Mathews, LLC, our Salt Lake City bankruptcy lawyers can help you to get through the complicated bankruptcy process and move towards life after bankruptcy.


Are you are worried that bankruptcy has taken a high toll on your credit? The truth is that your bankruptcy score was likely more negatively affected by your financial difficulty and failure to make payments than your petition to file. In fact, rebuilding your credit is much more manageable than you may think. After you have completed the bankruptcy filing process, our Salt Lake City bankruptcy attorneys can work with you to rebuild your credit.

A few steps you can take to rebuild credit include:

  • Take out a secured credit card.
  • Stay up to date with any new bills.
  • Take measures to avoid past mistakes.
  • Monitor your credit report regularly.

You can start rebuilding credit as soon as your case has been completed. If you are interested in taking extra measures to rebuild credit faster or have questions, turn to our firm for help.


Many of our clients who come to us to file for bankruptcy say that their life improves drastically after filing. You will no longer have to deal with the constant barrage of creditor calls, harassment, and legal threats. Putting an end to consumer debt can provide you with relief from the stress and allow you to put money away and rebuild your life.

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