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March 2014 Archives

Ways for Texas consumers to deal with overwhelming debt

Most Texas residents would agree that getting into debt is the easy part. Whether over time or because of a catastrophe such as a job loss or sudden illness, an individual can end up facing overwhelming debt. The weight of a person's debt can make him or her feel as if there is no way out.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be answer to mortgage lender lawsuit

Purchasing a home is a significant financial decision for most people. This usually requires taking on some type of loan in order to obtain the funds necessary to purchase the home. However, this also means that the homeowner will be responsible for mortgage payments. One couple in Texas obtained a mortgage for their home but had trouble making payments. Such a situation could result in a possible Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Man plows snow to help pay friend's overwhelming debt

It is good to have friends. Good friends in Texas will do what they can to help when one is in need. One man is being a good friend by helping with his childhood friend's overwhelming debt caused by medical bills. The friend is doing this by plowing snow for residents in his locale.

Family faces overwhelming debt from infant's rare liver disease

The unexpected can happen in life, which means that people should be ready for just about anything. Spontaneous occurrences and situations can result in a need for medical care. However, this could also cause people to fall into overwhelming debt in Texas or in any other state. This may be what one family is facing now that their child has been diagnosed with a rare disease.

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