[blindlaw] paying a debt, assets too low

Mike mikefry79 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 10 15:05:37 UTC 2013

If this is your only debt, bankruptcy may not be the best solution because it's not very much money.  I recommend just ignoring the debt and the debt collector until you can pay it off or until the university seeks a lien or something like that against you.  Don't tell the debt collector off. Just hang up on him and block his number.  This is just my advice.  It's not legal advice.  I don't have experience with this type of thing.  

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> On Dec 10, 2013, at 9:11 AM, Beth Taurasi <denverqueen1107 at comcast.net> wrote:
> I know this list is about the lawyers networking and getting together on the list, but I've got a huge problem.  I got a call yesterday from a debt collector wanting money for the university I attended in 2012 in the fall.  I had to tell off the debt collector, but I'm told they'll just keep calling until the money is paid in full, and I don't have $2216 in the bank, and I can't make payments without it being a long term debt.  My parents refuse to support me, and that's the biggest hurdle I have.  I want to know how to file for bankruptcy and or make my parents pay the debt so that the debt doesn't have any effect on my cvredit score.
> Beth
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