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I Signed for a Car for My Ex-Boyfriends Brother. – Jessica

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“Dear Steve, I signed for a car for my (now ex) brother in law. It is a very expensive car. Its been in my name for about a year now, and as of right now, there is about 37,000 left on the loan. He has been habitually late, 30+ days late, 9 times! I am not with my boyfriend anymore ... Read More »

After a Failed Relationship I’m Left With Piles of Bad Debt And I Want to Settle One Account. – Kathy

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“Dear Steve, The short version…. As the result of a failed, long-term relationship, I was left responsible for a significant amount of credit card debt. My ex- boyfriend agreed to work with me to pay off the debt so we agreed to go through a Debt Settlement Company. After 1 year and several thousands in fees, only 1 account was ... Read More »

I’m Living With My Ex-Boyfriend and Can’t Afford to Move Out. – Kelly

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“Dear Steve, My name is Kelly and I’m in a bit of a pickle. I have a car loan with the remaining balance of $28,417.00, I make $652.59 payments every month. I’m trying to look for my own place, bec I currently live with my ex-boyfriend. But in order for me to be able to afford a place of my ... Read More »

How Do I Prevent My Ex-Debt From Impacting My Sweetheart? – Shana

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I am a 25 year old, with over $10,000.00 in revolving account debt that I built with my ex boyfriend…when we split in December of 2008, anything that was in my name, I was left responsible for. I have been a stay-at-home mom for the past 8 years, and just now have eased my way back into work. Long story ... Read More »

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