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My Mother-In-Law Has Alzheimer’s and a Lot of Debt. Are We Liable? – Cecily

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“Dear Steve, Okay. My Mother In Law has severe Alzheimer’s. Her estate was swallowed up by the first institution she lived in, but when that ran out we had to get her on Medicaid and put her in a different institution. She is now technically destitute; her social security goes directly to the institution, her stocks and IRAs are depleted ... Read More »

    Meet Paul: LendingClub.com Borrower Taking Control of Debt Influenced by His Bipolar Condition

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    Since I heard about Lending Club, I have been fascinated with the concept and its potential to allow anybody help others with personal loans that will get them out of debt. I became a lender on Lending Club a couple of months ago and have since chipped into more than 40 loans already. I asked Lending Club if I could ... Read More »

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