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I’ve Depleted My Savings, Creditors Are Calling And I Feel Like a Criminal. – Avria

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“Dear Steve, Early in 2008, I had a sudden turn of events. I had to quit my job due to health problems and lost half of my household income when my ex and I split up. I had just bought a new car and signed on to what would have been smart loans to transition into a more comfortable state ... Read More »

My Car Went Missing From My Driveway Because My Ex-Husband Didn’t Make The Payments. – Lynn

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“Dear Steve, Hi, I am married, but I recently filed for chapter 7 in Dec. 08. individually. I was able to keep my house and car as long as I continued to make the monthly pymnts. About a week ago, to my surprise, my car was no longer in my driveway. The bank repo my car, for payments that were ... Read More »

Mean and Abusive Husband is Going to Get Outraged Over Debt.

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Samantha “Dear Steve, I work full time. My mother watches my daughter. I am in the process of divorcing my husband who is mean and abusive. My credit sucks already but i don’t think I’m going to be able to keep up with the payments that we share. I have full custody. We have two loans together totaling about $5,000 ... Read More »

I Quit My Job in October and I Can’t Find a Job But I’m Still Looking. – Sonya

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Sonya “Dear Steve, I quit my job in October and I can’t find a job but I’m still looking, I just had my credit looking decent because of a default student loan. And bought me my first new car and had 4 credit cards I didn’t use until I was unemployed. I know it was stupid but my husband of ... Read More »

I’m Recently Divorced and Trapped in an Upside Down Mortgage – Frank

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Frank “Dear Steve, Recently divorced and trapped in an upside down mortgage. Living off credit cards to get by. I am recently divorced and bought out my ex wife during the up market for my current home. My mortgage is now upside down and I am not making enough money each month to even break even with my expenses. I ... Read More »

Sally is Divorced and Ex-Husband Has Stopped Paying Mortgages

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“Dear Steve, Hi, I am hoping for some help. I have read some stuff already on your website regarding this, but my situation is a bit different. My ex-husband and I are divorced for a year, separated for 2 yrs prior to that. In our separation agreement it states that he is responsible for 2 investment properties we have in ... Read More »

Listen to the Story of Dan and Mary

I found this radio show online about Dan and Mary who found themselves under pressure about money, managing their money, and even went to a Dave Ramsey seminar but that did not fix things. Finally Dan and Mary decided that they had to split. I think what resonated with me is that the issues that Dan and Mary discuss are ... Read More »

“They’ve Asked Me To Take a Pay Reduction. What Do You Think?”

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NoName “Dear Steve, I am 47, divorced, 2 teenagers, work full time as radiological technologist at privately owned company out of the state. The doctors group that read our films own our building. After my divorce I filed chapter 7 bankruptcy. I reinstated my van, rent townhouse in mid lease. I have no debt except my van which is a ... Read More »

Karen Writes In “Ex-Husband Isn’t Paying The Bills and He’s Trashed My Credit. What Can I Do to Repair It?”

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“Dear Steve, I have been divorced for one year. Our house was in my name and husbands. He never refnanced or sold the home. His late payments have started to ruin my credit report and credit score. Now it look as if the bank will foreclose. How can I repair my credit and how long will it take me? Karen” ... Read More »

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