||Strategies to Get Out of Debt and Stay That Way
||Amy Loftsgordon has worked in the area of foreclosure and debt collection for over ten years. Her broad experience includes helping people fight collection actions and enforcing debtors’ rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. As part of a national settlement involving the mortgage industry, she has also reviewed servicer records to uncover extensive credit reporting errors.Amy has authored numerous foreclosure, debt, and real estate articles on Nolo.com. She is the author of Nolo’s The Foreclosure Survival Guide and Credit Repair, and the coauthor of Nolo's Solve Your Money Troubles.Amy received a B.A. from the University of Southern California and a law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and is licensed to practice law in Colorado.;; Cara O'Neill is a legal editor and writer at Nolo, focusing on bankruptcy, consumer credit, and debt. Prior to joining Nolo, Cara practiced for over 20 years in civil litigation and bankruptcy. During that time, she served as an Administrativ
Are you overwhelmed by debt? Facing collection calls, a wage garnishment, car repossession, or lawsuit? Solve Your Money Troubles is a comprehensive guide that provides the practical information you need to take financial control of your life. Learn how to: prioritize debts & create a budget stop harassment by debt collectors negotiate with creditors deal with wage garnishment, car repossession and foreclosure reduce student loan payments know what to expect if a creditor sues decide if bankruptcy is the right option for you, and rebuild your credit. The new edition of Solve Your Money Troubles is updated with the latest legal developments in the world of debt, credit, and bankruptcy. You’ll also find sample letters you can use when negotiating with... creditors, worksheets to help you create a plan to repay your debt, and other practical forms to help you get out of debt and make a fresh start.