A document that describes the various chapters of bankruptcy and when consumers should actually consider bankruptcy as a valid option.
A downloadable power point presentation to help consumers understand the foreclosure process.
More information about foreclosure
This downloadable document gives consumers a thorough understanding of the foreclosure process. Additionally, the document provides various common consumer mistakes that can be avoided.
Getting out of debt
From Practical Money Skills, this page gives a helpful overview concerning how to get out of debt, the various types of bankruptcy, and credit counseling.
This page, by Nolo, is a good starting point to learn the basics about bankruptcy. The page offers a variety of helpful links concerning the different types of bankruptcy and the concept of debts being discharged.
Filing for Bankruptcy
From the Federal Trade Commission, this article gives information concerning filing for bankruptcy and steps needed before an individual can file.
Legal information concerning bankruptcy
From Washington Law Help, this page has links to various bankruptcy issues from accredited sources.
From the Federal Trade Commission: Dealing with Debt
Health Insurance Information
Or call 1-800-318-2596
Federal Government sponsored website providing health insurance related information.
Social Security disability benefits
Federal program providing aid to citizens with long-term disabilities.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Program run by Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) providing temporary cash for families in need.
Basic Food Program
Government sponsored program providing low-income earners monthly benefits to buy food
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