Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Revolutionizes Traditional Bankruptcy Representation by Including Credit Report Review After Discharge

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Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Walter F. Benenati from the Law Offices of Walter F. Benenati, Credit Attorney P.A. Law Firm has implemented an additional service for all his bankruptcy clients. Included in his bankruptcy representation is a review of the client's credit reports after the discharge; thus, revolutionizing traditional bankruptcy representation which historically ended the day of discharge. The additional service to consumers filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 in Orlando occurs three months after bankruptcy to ensure that the credit bureaus are reporting the new information accurately and the old negative data is scrubbed.

"Because it’s not just what happens during the bankruptcy, it is what happens after that is just as important."

The Law Offices of Walter F. Benenati, Credit Attorney P.A., one of Orlando's top bankruptcy filers, has implemented an additional step in their representation of their bankruptcy clients. Disregarding the traditional form of bankruptcy representation where after discharge a consumer was on their own to make sure their credit reports were updated appropriately, the law office includes it as part of their services.

Since inception of the practice, the firm focuses on credit and the significant role it plays in a person's life. "You really only get a fresh start after your credit reports are updated accurately," attorney Walter F. Benenati says. He should know. After amassing a large amount of debt from law school and a house that was upside down the attorney filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy several years ago. Now he operates his firm spreading his trademarked "Life Has A Restart Button" ad campaign message across television screens and billboards across Central Florida. "I learned and experienced firsthand what it takes to bounce back from bankruptcy in the shortest time possible. This experience is absolutely vital to have the ability to empathize with clients while giving them reassurance that I know what I am talking about because I personally was in their shoes."

Credit Attorney Walter F. Benenati says a class action lawsuit settlement with the three major credit reporting agencies- Equifax, Experian, and Trans-Union dramatically changed the way the credit bureaus list information for consumers that filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Attorney Benenati uses this new case law to help his clients. "I realized that consumers were left to deal with fixing their credit reports themselves after their bankruptcy filing in Orlando," Walter says. The firm offers a one time service of reviewing and disputing their clients' credit reports three months after the bankruptcy. They also provide their clients contact information for banks that offer secured loans and secured credit cards that the attorney personally used to improve his credit after his bankruptcy. Walter F. Benenati said, "Because it’s not just what happens during the bankruptcy, it is what happens after that is just as important."

In addition to helping clients looking to file bankruptcy in Orlando, the firm also assists consumers with foreclosure defense representation, credit repair, and debt collection lawsuit defense. The bankruptcy firm has offices in Orlando, Kissimmee and about to open their third office in Clermont. Bankruptcy attorney Walter F. Benenati and his staff continue to assist consumers obtain a fresh start by filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Orlando.

You can reach them at 407-BANKRUPT (226-5787) or their website. They try to make their hours convenient by conducting free consultations on Saturdays for consumers interested in getting bankruptcy information and advice.

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