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How do I keep track of our credit along the process of bankruptcy. – Rosi

By on January 5, 2012
How do I keep track of our credit along the process of bankruptcy. – Rosi

In the past I was a total slave to our credit scores, checking daily and subscribing to different ‘watcher’ programs. 2 years of unemployment and filing for bankruptcy has cured that, but I am wondering what if anything you would suggest for keeping track of our credit during and after the bankruptcy process.

If there is one thing I am learning in this new world (for me) of hiring lawyers and accountants, it’s that there is a tendency to ‘leave it to them’. My proactive side isn’t so comfortable with this, not so much a trust issue as wondering what is happening. I want to avoid the “head in the sand when things got that bad” paralysis that helped us get here in the first place.

Rosi

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One Comment

  1. Steve Rhode

    January 5, 2012 at 6:08 pm

    Rosi,

    Take a look at this guide for a start.

    Steve

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