If you are contemplating bankruptcy as a way to resolve unpaid debt, you may be wondering who will be able to find out you filed. When an individual files for bankruptcy it becomes a matter of public record. A bankruptcy filing will remain on your credit report for up to 10 years after the date of discharge, so any individual or organization who runs your credit will be able to see you filed for bankruptcy. This does not mean all of your friends, family, co-workers and others will ever become aware of your financial situation. It simply means the information is available should someone choose to search for it. In most cases, unless you personally advise others of the fact you filed for bankruptcy, they will never be alerted to or made aware of the fact that you have done so.

the David McCormick Law Group is a Virginia Beach law firm that has spent the last 17 years providing legal representation to individuals who have found themselves struggling under an untold amount of debt. We have represented in excess of 17,000 bankruptcy cases over the years and we are more than qualified to help guide you through the bankruptcy process. Making the decision to file for bankruptcy can be an exceptionally difficult decision to make. How bankruptcy will affect you, your family, your career and your future is something which must be taken into consideration before moving forward.

Our legal team understands the complexities and complications which can arise as a result of being unable to keep up with financial obligations. We are also well aware of the benefits of bankruptcy and the various alternatives to bankruptcy. For a free consultation, call a Virginia Beach bankruptcy attorney at our firm today.

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