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Dishonest creditors and how they ruin lives

We all know this is happening.  Dishonest creditors that prey on the general public.  Bankruptcy is frequently the end result. Dishonest creditors are rampant.  They have always been around, but now many are trying extra hard to make up for their “lost profits” due to the economy and will pull the most despicable tricks on good and […]

Bankruptcy protected single mom with very sick child in Omaha

The following story is true. I met Julie (not her real name) about 15 years ago.  Julie was about 37 years old and she had two children, the youngest of which was 5 years old….a little girl, named Lauren.  Julie set an appointment to meet with me because she had numerous collection agencies calling her […]

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