After-Bankruptcy.org is a website full of resources aimed at arming the visitor with the information they need to get on with life after their bankruptcy discharge.
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Dallas, Texas, Thursday, October 24, 2012 – With articles written in a professional yet friendly tone, After-Banruptcy.org covers many aspects regarding life after bankruptcy, which acts as much as an online support group as well as an important information resource.
Topics found on After-Bankruptcy.org include choosing bankruptcy attorneys, improving your credit score, getting secured credit cards, buying a car, understanding bad credit loans and dealing with foreclosure, to name but a few. While the site targets users looking to deal with life following their bankruptcy, the information provided by the site can be just as useful for those on heels of bankruptcy, or for those just curious to what exactly bankruptcy means to an individual or family.
After-Bankruptcy.org will not hesitate to focus in on the details pertaining to individual states, as bankruptcy laws can vary across the United States. This better serves the reader, as it offers them much more pertinent information.
“While there are a lot of sites out there that deal with issues for people on the verge of bankruptcy, we figured it was time to deal with the more long reaching aspects regarding this topic, which is dealing with having a bankruptcy associated to your name” says CEO Adam Reeves. He adds: “We feel this niche is not as well served, and we hope to fill that need”.