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by Robin Leonard
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Nolo; Subsequent edition (February 1, 1995)
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We purchased this for our kids who were having issues, we wanted to understand their liabilities and consequences in paying or not paying debts. We also learned techniques to bargin creditors down on the balance. If you have money issues buy it.
Used for a class. Wasn't that great. Would not buy or personal use.
Great book , helped with My credit
Now in a fully updated and expanded sixth edition, Robin Leonard's Money Troubles: Legal Strategies To Cope With Your Debts continues to be an invaluable instruction manual and guide for consumers seeking to pare down their debts by negotiating with creditors and prioritizing financial obligations; rebuilding personal credit; stop collection harassment; respond effectively to creditor lawsuits; learn effective alternatives to bankruptcy; determine if and when bankruptcy is the correct response to debt; and much, much more. Accurate, reliable, practical, comprehensive, and truly reader friendly, Money Troubles is an outstanding, highly recommended compendium of advice, counsel and strategies for dealing with credit cards, bill collectors, credit reports, credit bureaus, judgments, wage garnishments, repossessions, foreclosure, property liens and levies, refund rights, bounced checks, consigned loans, budgeting, and credit counseling.
There are three great books on the market today and I say don't shop around any more. The two best bankruptcy books on the market have been written by women. I purchased Peggy Palm's book first and found it very informative and insightful. I'm attempting to the stop foreclosure of my home. I then purchased Tiffany Love's book, surviving financial disasters, to get the bankruptcy forms on CD Rom and then learned that she too filed for bankruptcy and included her legal pleadings. If you want to stop foreclosure, get Ms. Love's book for sure as it is "hands on", but I find myself frequently referring back to the information in Peggy's to gain an additional perceptive. Money Troubles is another great book that provides wonderful information and exceeds the scope of Peggy's book, because it covers everything inside and out of bankruptcy, like Tiffany's book. Which some people I think may find too technical, but if you're doing battle like I am with creditors the information is right on target. All three will cost you less than $100 far less than an attorney's consultation fee. My verdict: Peggy's book for the legal advice, Tiffany's book for insight and roadmap, Money Trouble for everything else even after bankruptcy. The others are crap!
At Debt Counselors of America ®, a non-profit group that help consumers get out of debt, we love Money Troubles. Any consumer that has found themselves in financial trouble should get this book. It is an absolute must read book on how to get out of debt. Robin Leonard writes in an easy to understand style. If you are having financial problems, do not delay, buy Money Troubles right now.
This book has to be the most comprehensive and most helpful book for people who are having credit and money problems. It's easy to read (like all the Nolo books I've read) and the information is detailed and excellent. The state-by-state charts of current laws are really useful. I can't recommend it highly enough -- and I've recommended it to a lot of people.
I think of this book as a dictionary of options rather than a How To type book. The information is general, but it does list some state specific laws. If you are deep in debt and are looking to get out ASAP, then this book may be too general. However, it will point you in a direction to search for more answers.
See also, Surviving Financial Disasters (CD-ROM included).
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