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Recently posted questions and answers:
A consumer proposal is a percentage owed over a period of time. Does a person income play a major role in preparing proposal. In other words , the more one makes higher percentage paid,even with dependant with very limited income? If one has car loan and does not have equity built in car, can one still pay loan and keep car?
Long story short...My son has defaulted on his student loans due to illness. He has a permanent illness and has not really worked for the past three years. He is currently finishing his degree, at the age of 28. Student loan is not giving him any options that is realistic. ($5900 up front and $500 a month). Since he has been unable to work. His illness and this stress is not a good thing.
hi i would like to talk to someone in regards to dealing with the debt that has we have and how to save my house from been taken. I work from home and my husband has a full time job but he is a gambler and its gotten out of control. Please help. i would like a email to discuss how to help my family.
I am thinking of calming Bankruptcy but I wanted to know how to find out how much debit I have in my name .I have never had a credit card in my life but but found out when I went to get a loan I have credit debit in my name . I am thinking I may be a victim of id fraud and made me thing I should check into it to find out some how what amount I owe and where I owe it to . If you can help me with this that would be great, after I find that out I would decide if I want to move on to that bankruptcy step or not Thank you
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