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The Latest Debt Settlement Plan Saves Time and Money

Debt

Have you ever read the fine print for one of those debt relief companies? Here’s a sample: “Clients who make all their monthly program deposits pay approximately 70-75% of their original enrolled debts over 24 to 60 months. Not all clients are able to complete their program for various reasons, including their ability to save […]

Debt Management Help: Getting a Payment Plan You Can Afford While Consolidating and Settling Your Debts at the Same Time.

General

Are you buried with too many bills and no money left over at the end of the month? While we all feel a moral obligation to repay our debts, what happens when we don’t have enough money to juggle it all? Getting out of debt is the goal. As soon as possible of course. The […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Speaks With Katherine On “This Needs To Be Said” About In The World Of Bankruptcy. – Part Two

Bankruptcy, Interview

Katherine: Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining us for This Needs To Be Said TV. We’re joined again by our friend, attorney Christine Kingston. And last time we were talking about student debt was scarier than shit, but that idleness but either way we’re talking about the attachment we have to our stuff. […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Speaks With Katherine On “This Needs To Be Said” About, In The World Of Bankruptcy. – Part One

Bankruptcy, Interview

Katherine: Hello everyone. Thank you so much for tuning in to This Needs To Be Said TV. I’ve been doing the podcast for several years, and there’s an attorney that I get the opportunity to spend time with on a monthly basis. I love what she does so much that I wanted to share it […]

Attorney Christine Kingston Talks with Katherine with It Needs to Be Said About Wage Garnishment

Interview

Katherine: Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on “This Needs to be Said”. Our friend, attorney, Christine Kingston has come in, and you always love our chemistry. Today will be nothing short of that. Katherine: It’s around that time where you are getting ready to file your taxes, and some of […]

Katherine Talks to Attorney Christine Kingston in an Interview on How to Prepare for the Next Recession

Interview

Katherine: Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on This Needs To Be Said. Our friend attorney, Christine Kingston, is here with us to talk about recession preparedness. Katherine: Now, preparedness, make sure I said the word right. You want to get yourself prepared for the next recession, and you want to […]

Medicare vs. Medi-Cal: What are the Differences

Estate Planning

Even by themselves, Medicare and Medi-Cal can be confusing and difficult to understand, but when a person tries to compare them, the lines get blurred. These programs are very different and not related. Knowing the benefits each program offers and how to qualify for these benefits can have a significant financial impact for you and […]

5 Do’s and Don’ts of Medi-Cal Planning

Estate Planning

Applying for and qualifying for Medi-Cal is a complicated process because of the complex rules involved. Additionally, protecting your assets from Medi-Cal takes in-depth knowledge of the Medi-Cal laws and exemptions. Here are some key do’s and don’ts when considering applying for Medi-Cal. 1. Timing is Everything. Plan Early. The earlier you start planning for […]

Six Estate Planning Steps Even Broke People Need To Take Before Landing Six Feet Under

Estate Planning

I have the great privilege of being in partnership with a well-established probate and estate planning attorney, Anna Serrambana. Our conversations have sparked some very exciting conversations of what our clients and community need in order to protect their families and thrive. In my bankruptcy practice, I deal with people that are under an enormous […]