Will future employers be told of my bankruptcy?
Many people who file for bankruptcy wonder if they will have to tell future potential employers about their bankruptcy case. While this is completely up to you in many cases, it could show up on a background or credit check. If you neglect to be upfront about a bankruptcy filing in this situation, that could potentially cause you more harm than simply informing the employer initially. Often, by providing your reasons and the factors that made it necessary to file for bankruptcy, you will not be harmed by disclosing this information.
While filing for bankruptcy can be a hard decision for some, many future employers might see this decision as positive or a sign of your responsibility. Discuss how bankruptcy can help you by calling a Raleigh bankruptcy lawyer at the Bradford Law Offices, PLLC, today at 919-758-8879.