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Divorced, Family Support Payments, Girlfriend, New Baby, and I’m at the End of My Rope. – Paul

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Divorced, family support payments of 2538 a month, girlfriend with new baby, not discharged from bankruptcy. With this big family support payment it has left me in the red every month and I dont know what to do anymore, between rent, truck payment, baby and everything else you need to survive from day to day I dont know where to ... Read More »

I’m Behind in My Child Support. – Allen

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“Dear Steve, I’m behind in my child support and my paychecks have been being garnished for about 6 weeks. Two questions; If they are taking out more than the allowable guidelines, where do I go to get it corrected? Second, Can more the one job be garnished? Allen” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide ... Read More »

I Am So Stressed Over My Debt I Can Hardly Breathe. – Doug

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Doug “Dear Steve, i lost my job in January 09 where i was making about 67K/year. at that time, i was pretty much just surviving financially, i had gotten divorce a year earlier and was having trouble adjusting to new expenses (W4 withholdings killed me). i was out of work for 4 months collecting unemployemnt and went through my savings. ... Read More »

Ryan Writes In Looking For His Lifestyle Back

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Ryan wrote me through the GetOutofDebt.org site asking about how to resolve his debt situation. If you have a question you’d like to ask, just send it to me using the form at the bottom of this article. “I have about 20-25k in outstanding credit card debt, along with 10k in car payments still as well as a recent condo ... Read More »

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