Yes, it will.
I could just end the conversation there, but you are probably wanting a fuller explanation as to why!! Most people operate under the misperception that filing a St. Louis bankruptcy will ruin their credit rating forever. They believe that they will never be able to purchase a home, a car, or even finance a pair of socks at JCPenney. But as I mentioned, this is a misperception.
One of the biggest misperception people have about filing a Missouri bankruptcy is that doing so will completely limit their ability to reestablish a line of credit for seven to ten years. This is completely untrue. This perception is based on numbers that are frequently thrown around at will (normally by people who have no idea what they are talking about). The filing of a bankruptcy (or it might be better to say that the fact that you have filed a bankruptcy) will remain on your credit report for ten (10) years. The automatic assumption is that this fact will prevent them from gaining any ground within that ten year timeframe. But this is simply not the case.