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Sunday, 10 January 2010 16:25

The Debt of a Friend

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Identity Theft

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The Crazy Wedding

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If you have a serious debt problem, bankruptcy can free you from your debts within 12 months. As a solution for dealing with serious debt, bankruptcy is a last resort. Other debt solutions need to be explored first, to help determine if bankruptcy is the right debt solution for you.

 

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