Boyfriend is Paralyzed With Debt After Divorce. – Michelle

“Dear Steve, My boyfriend was divorced last year. His ex-wife “walked away” from their marriage, but not before charging up the credit card balances substatially. She decided she didn’t want to deal with their newly purchased home, so she legally signed her rights away and he bought her out for $1.00. After adding lawyer divorce … Read more

I Already Have Bipolar and Clinical Depression Disorders With Panic Attacks and Now Debt. – Kilandra

“Dear Steve, Credit card debt after being divorced, unable to work, no income, but paying the minimum on it. I need out, it’s stressing me too much and hurting my health more, when I already have bipolar and clinical depression disorders. I used the sale of my car to pay off the one, but I … Read more

I’ve Been So Busy Caring For Everyone Else I’ve Let My Credit Go. – Marjorie

“Dear Steve, I am about $75,000 in debt, with no means to continue to meet monthly payments, cover my two mortgages, and cover reasonable living expenses. I own a sole proprietorship and have started a not-for-profit company. Last year my total sales were $73,000. I have two mortgages totaling $2900/month, and have long been a … Read more

I Have a Mountain of Debt. I Am Being Garnished and Thinking of Suicide. – Stacy

“Dear Steve, I am in desperate need of help immediately. I have mountain of debt and am being garnished. With the garnishments I can’t pay off the debts or file bankruptcy because I am only left with barely enough to live on. Also, I have severe bipolar disorder. I got most of my debts when … Read more