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Now That I’m on Social Security Disability Can I Stop Paying My Judgment? – Wendy

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“Dear Steve, Have been paying monthly credit card judgment for couple of years now, even though on long-term disability from work for most of that time. Recently, I was awarded Social Security Disability. My question is: Am I judgment proof now and can stop paying this credit card debt? Every penny is going to count. And if so, can I ... Read More »

    Clinton Wants to Know “Am I Doing The Right Thing By Repaying My Debt?”

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    Clinton “Dear Steve, I am receiving social security disability insurance (SSDI) and got abandoned with a mortgage back in 2007 that went into foreclosure. I know I can’t get the foreclosure removed but I have been diligently trying to pay off all of my outstanding debt, charge-offs and the ones that report a zero balance but the collection agencies keep ... Read More »

      Crystal is on a Fixed Income But Wants to Get Her Credit Cards Paid

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      “Dear Steve, I am currently on fixed income of about $657 amonth. My income comes from SSI and Social Security disability. I have a couple school loans and several past medical and credit card bills that I want to get paid off. Tell me what I can do to get my credit cards and all my other bills completely paid ... Read More »

        Roise Has Panic Attacks, Can’t Work, And Is Now Out of Money

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        Rosie “Dear Steve, I worked as a teacher for sixteen years. I developed disabling panic attacks which would no longer allow me to work. Soon after, I filed for bankruptcy. I later applied for social security disability in 2001 but was denied. In 2003 I was forced to sell my home in order to have money to live. I began ... Read More »

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