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Has your cancer diagnosis left you in serious debt?

The last words you ever expected your doctor to say to you when you went in for your regular checkup were that you have cancer. A cancer diagnosis can come as a shock. It can be difficult to wrap your head around. In fighting your cancer, you may find it physically and emotionally challenging, and financially draining. Most cancer patients end up in serious debt.

Bankruptcy may be the missing item in your financial toolbox

Living in Texas definitely has its pros and cons, same as any other state. You've likely heard humorous remarks about everything being "big" here. The trouble is, not everything that's big is good; for instance, big health problems, marriage problems or financial problems are anything but good. When big financial problems arise, it can have immediate and long-lasting negative effects on your life. Perhaps none of this is news to you because you are currently trying to overcome a particular financial crisis.

Safeguarding your financial future by knowing the causes of debt

The burdens of debt can place you under a significant financial weight and may leave you with concerns about your financial future. If you are experiencing prolonged periods of monetary hardships, you may also be suffering a lesser quality of life in the process, potentially prompting a need to seek relief.

Dealing with the constant harassment of collection attempts

If you are constantly dealing with an overwhelming amount of debt, chances are you may be no stranger to collection calls and letters. Unfortunately, this may do little to ease the stress of the situation, and ignoring the problem will do little to make it go away.

Are one or more of these situations causal factors to your debt?

Do you have money problems? If you answered yes, you are likely not the only reader in Texas to do so as many people are currently facing serious financial crises and are wondering how to resolve their problems and get their heads back above water. The first step toward solving your financial woes may be to take a look back at what caused them to start. Perhaps you thought things were going along quite well and before you knew what was happening, creditors were calling you every day, demanding payments.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and the means test

If you are dealing with an overwhelming amount of debt, you might wish to know more about the available options for relief. While there may be numerous outlets for debt relief, the correct path on which to pursue a healthier financial future could depend on your current circumstances.

When your creditors cross the line

Are you in debt? Are you so behind on your payments that your creditors have passed your accounts on to collection agencies? If the answer to these questions is yes, you are not alone. This is something that numerous Texas residents are struggling with right now.

Financial stress and divorce: One often leads to the other

If Texas residents who end their marriages in court were to name the key factors that led to their break-ups, answers would undoubtedly vary. However, there does seem to be a common denominator in many divorces. Lots of people say their martial declines began right around the same times they suffered financial problems, as if the two things went hand-in-hand. Others say their financial struggles arose during divorce proceedings or after the court issued decrees.

Are your financial problems keeping you up at night?

Many people in Texas face financial challenges in a troubled economy. Recent years have taken a tremendous fiscal toll upon thousands across the country. Are you one of them? Perhaps, like others, you took a hit at work with a decrease in salary, lost bonus or incentive pay that was a large part of your income. If so, you're not alone. In fact, many people have had to seek additional part-time employment just to pay their bills and put food on their tables.

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