Because we live in a credit culture, it stands to reason that we must also reside in a debt culture. But it isn't simple debt that causes many a sleepless night among so many people – it is excess debt. The information of this section will discuss many facets of debt management and settlement, from recognizing the warning signs of too much debt to negotiating with creditors and, if necessary, handling bankruptcy. Having good information concerning your legal rights, responsibilities and options will help you cope if you ever need to take such drastic measures.
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