Divorce can be a difficult and emotional time for all parties involved, and the process can be made even more complicated if one or both parties have poor credit. At The Blacknall Firm, we understand the importance of good credit in divorce and child custody matters.

During the divorce process, there may be property that needs to be refinanced or purchased. If one party has poor credit, they may not have the negotiating power they need to get the property they want. Additionally, it may be necessary to get a new place to live and a new vehicle, and having poor credit can make this process more difficult.

If you are going through a divorce and are concerned about your credit, we recommend taking the following steps:

  1. Get a copy of your credit report and credit score. This will give you a clear understanding of where you stand and what you need to work on.
  2. Research DIY credit repair options. You don’t have to go through a credit repair company to improve your credit. There are many resources available online that can help you do it yourself.
  3. Seek professional help if needed. If you are unable to improve your credit on your own, or if you have a complicated credit history, it may be helpful to seek the assistance of a credit repair company or a financial professional.

We hope this information has been helpful. If you have any questions about divorce, child custody, or credit in Texas, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at The Blacknall Firm. We are here to help you navigate this challenging time and protect your interests.