Life After Bankruptcy Is So Bad is it?

Instead of being happy with the benefits received, some people remain unhappy.

Here is the letter I received.

Why is your apartment renter holding bankruptcy against you if you don’t know how to add apartment rent to bankruptcy?

If life after bankruptcy is so miserable, why do lawyers keep telling people it’s okay to file for bankruptcy? Answer:

“Six weeks to discharge is not very long and is certainly based on the bankruptcy court timeline.

Some landlords may not want to rent to people with poor credit. They may feel they have to look for a renter for the money. Expropriation takes time and money.

In many cases, landlords get apartments but cannot claim unpaid rent.

As the lawsuit drags on, the landlord has lost some of his income. So he has a right to be careful.

But life after bankruptcy isn’t so bad. The debtor was once sent to prison.

Not so long ago, bankruptcy meant that the bankrupt had a stigma for life. Many people would rather commit suicide than be ashamed.

Many who went bankrupt during the Great Depression spent years paying off their debts.

Nobody cares now. you will be able to get a loan. your debt will be repaid. What more could you ask for?

You were the one who went into debt through bad luck, poor planning, or simply an inability to control your spending.

I made a contract to return the money, but it was not returned.

Freed from the pain and burden of financial problems. You will face some obstacles in the next few years, but you should understand them before you submit.

You contacted a lawyer, not the other way around. I’m pretty sure the lawyer didn’t twist your arm to force you to file. Once released, be happy, start your life over and face the consequences.

Could be worse.

I think this person needs an attitude adjustment.
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