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I Got Divorced and My Debt Spiraled Out of Control. Should I Go With Fast Track Debt Relief? – Timothy

I got divorced and my finances spiraled out of control. I’m trying to put my life back together but it’s hard to catch up while paying my current bills along with child support and student loans.

I have a lot of debt. Mostly the debt is credit cards and legal fee’s which are already in collections. My credit score fell from the 700′s to 610 and it’s steadily falling. I got divorced and the process had a very bad effect on my financial situation and I failed to properly get things under control. I want to get my life back on track. I’m trying to believe I can fix things. I have about 12,000 in debt and I’m 30 years old. I’ve considered Fast Track Debt Relief as I will probably not quallify for Debt Consolidation. What are your suggestions.

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