Unresolved Debt May Lead to Court Judgments & Worse

by on Dec. 21, 2017

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Summary: If you find yourself with a pile of unpaid debts today, it may be hard to pinpoint where the whole problem started—aside from that first credit card that arrived in the mail (probably years ago) and seemed so innocuous.

If you have experienced a major crisis in your life, debt may build up and you simply may not be able to deal with it—not only due to a lack of funds, but also due to overwhelming stress. Late payments and penalties, once a source a stress, may suddenly just sail on by, turning into serious delinquencies.

Read the entire article on the official Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC blog.

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