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How to Survive and Prosper After a Financial Misfortune: A Complete Guide to Your Legal Rights After Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Repossession, and Eviction


How to Survive and Prosper After a Financial Misfortune: A Complete Guide to Your Legal Rights After Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Repossession, and Eviction

How to Survive and Prosper After a Financial Misfortune: A Complete Guide to Your Legal Rights After Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Repossession, and Eviction

Every year, it is estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau that more than 700,000 people file for bankruptcy. Another 1-2 million must deal with foreclosure, repossession, or eviction. In 2007 alone, it is estimated that a record number of homeowners were subject to foreclosures and the light has not yet appeared at the end of the tunnel. For these individuals and millions more who are on the brink of financial misfortune, this book has been written to provide that light, a guide that will help you m

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2 Responses to “How to Survive and Prosper After a Financial Misfortune: A Complete Guide to Your Legal Rights After Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Repossession, and Eviction”

  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Priceless Advice in the Wake of the Great Recession, July 30, 2012
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    This review is from: How to Survive and Prosper After a Financial Misfortune: A Complete Guide to Your Legal Rights After Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Repossession, and Eviction (Paperback)

    Although the worst of what’s come to be known as the Great Recession may be history, the effects of that devastating downturn linger. Many individuals and families are still struggling, and in one form or another the question “What do we do now?” is commonplace. And so a book bearing the title HOW TO SURVIVE AND PROSPER AFTER A FINANCIAL MISFORTUNE is timely indeed.

    Author Tracy A. Carr dedicates her book “to all of the individuals who have gone through the turmoil of financial misfortune and have struggled to find a way out,” adding, “Rest assured, there is a way to turn your life around and get back on track.” Imparting substance to that confident assertion, she identifies the most common types of financial misfortune, such as complications related to illness, job loss, divorce and unexpected death. Then, in manageable increments, she reveals the basics of bankruptcy. What is it? What are the types? Who can file? What is the “means test”? Do you need a lawyer? Answers to those and other questions demystify a legal recourse that millions of Americans are pursuing in the recession’s turbulent wake.

    There’s more. In clear, uncomplicated terms, the author explores foreclosure, repossession, eviction, credit reporting and rebuilding, and debt management. Armed with expanded knowledge of serious financial mishaps, readers will especially appreciate the book’s sensible suggestions for moving beyond them. And some readers just might discover that Ms. Carr’s “survive and prosper” strategies are nothing less than priceless.

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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Book., February 9, 2012
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    This review is from: How to Survive and Prosper After a Financial Misfortune: A Complete Guide to Your Legal Rights After Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Repossession, and Eviction (Paperback)

    Great book to let you know what a financial misfortune can do to you. Also it lets you know about your legal rights and how to survive it.

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