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I Owe the Place I Got Married. I Think They Are Going to Sue Me. – Ashley

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“Dear Steve, I owe the company where i got married about 2,000 dollars, i know its a small amount but right now its harder than ever to come up with even a small portion of that. My husband just recently went back to work after being ill for about 9 months and things are really tough right now. I cant ... Read More »

I’m Getting Married But Have Bad Credit. Should We Wait to Buy a Home? – Lynn

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“Dear Steve, I am getting married and my husband to be has great credit score about 675 but we where thinking about getting a home loan just in his name but we are questioning if we should do that or wait for two years after my bankruptcy that I had to file because of threats to a company that was ... Read More »

I Have No Assets And Collectors Are Coming After Me. Should I Go Bankrupt? – Tim

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“Hi Steve, Great Site, Great Photo’s. How do u make a living offering all this free help? My Question, I have around $100,000 in Credit Card Debt. I don’t own a home, it’s in my wife’s name. I lease a car 2002 Model payments $299 per month, car is worth less than the lease 100,000 Miles on it. I am ... Read More »

Jessica is Engaged, in Debt, and Broke But Wants Big Wedding

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“Dear Steve, I am 25 years old, pretty deep in debt, and engaged to be married. My fiancee, who I’ve been with for just over 7 years now, was gracious enough to tell me we could get married whenever I was ready. Now the problem – my debt. My debt currently consists of the following: $15,837 auto loan @ 8.99% ... Read More »

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