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Single Mother Trying to Raise 6 Kids While Working Part Time. Capital One is Suing. – Sunny –

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“Dear Steve, I’ve always paid my bills on time and eventually obtained a credit score as high as 720. I became pregnant in 2009 and 4 months into my pregnancy I started getting complications and was ordered to bed rest by my doctor. I was out on medical/family leave for my remaining 5 months so I only received half of ... Read More »

    I’m a Mother of Two, Working Part-Time and Separated. How Do I Get Out of Debt? – Melissa

    “Dear Damon, I’m a mother of 2, working part-time and separated with my children’s father 2 years ago. During the separation the purchases that we made together, I was left to pay by myself. I managed to bring it down to $36k, but am left with no $ at the end. I do not recieve any $ from him, but ... Read More »

      We Can’t Keep Up Our Credit and Medical Payments. I’m a Stay at Home Mom Who Works Part Time. – Martha

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      We have credit card debt and medical bills that we cannot keep up with – approximately $15,000. I am a stay-at-home Mom who works part-time in a seasonal job. My husband took a pay cut when he got re-employed over a year ago. We have creditors calling because we’ve fallen behind in our credit card and medical bill payments. It ... Read More »

        Recently Divorced Mother of Three Has Credit Card, Medical and School Debt. – Gail

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        “Dear Steve, Recently divorced mother of 3. I still have a great deal of credit card, medical and school debt. I am only working part time and would really like to begin making some type of payments to my creditors no matter how small until my emploument situation emproves. Should I contact each of my creditors and how do I ... Read More »

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