Former bankruptcy client
Q. How long will the bankruptcy show on my credit report?
A. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will show on your credit report for 10 years from the date that your case was filed. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy will show on your credit report for seven years from the date that your case was filed.
Q. There is a debt showing up on my credit report that should have been discharged in the bankruptcy. What should I do?
A. You can contact the creditor in question or go through the credit reporting agency’s dispute resolution process.
Q. Can I ever file for bankruptcy again?
A. If you filed for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy previously, you must wait eight years from the filing date of the bankruptcy in order to file another Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If eight years has not elapsed, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a good option for you. If you previously filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, there is no restriction as to when you can file another bankruptcy.
Q. I need a copy of my bankruptcy petition. How long do you keep my paperwork?
A. You were given a copy of your bankruptcy petition whenever you attended your Meeting of Creditors. If you need copies of your paperwork please contact the office of Pittsburgh bankruptcy attorneys, Steidl & Steinberg.
Q. Do the Pittsburgh Bankruptcy Attorneys Steidl and Steinberg handle any other types of law besides bankruptcy?
A. Yes, Steidl and Steinberg can also help you with your taxes and property reassessment appeal needs. Please contact the office or refer to the other parts of our website to learn more.