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 On “This Needs To Be Said” About Student Loans And What You Need To Know.

Interview, Student Loans

Katherine: Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on, “This Needs To Be Said,” Our friend, attorney Christine Kingston is coming in. Also, the knowledge she’s been sharing with us, she is getting ready to give us a gift. She’s putting together a book and she’s going to talk with us about […]

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


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


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 […]

Filing Bankruptcy Without a Lawyer Can Cost You


Yes, you can file bankruptcy without a lawyer, but there’s a price to pay for everything. Here in the Central District of California, approximately 25% of all bankruptcy cases are filed Pro Se (without an attorney). Our bankruptcy court has online resources to help those without a lawyer to help with this issue.  I am […]

Private Loans For Unaccredited School Not Student Debt in Bankruptcy

Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Student Loans & Bankruptcy

I was just talking with a friend of mine the other day, Damon Day; and he was mentioning that he is seeing more and more folks all across the country, who have attended these unaccredited schools and carrying an enormous amount of student debt.  I mentioned to him that I’ve already been in the bankruptcy […]

Financial Freedom: How Much Will You Pay?

Assets, Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Attorney, Debt, Expenses, Financial Freedom, Liabilities

You’ve heard the saying, “Nothing in life is free.” Getting out of debt has its price too.  First, it requires that you “get real” about your current financial condition.  In order to get the reality of your finances you’ll need to know four things: Assets, Liabilities, Income and Expenses for the household.  Denial over the […]

Open Letter to President-Elect Trump

Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Law Overview, Donald Trump, President Elect Trump, President Trump, Student Loans

Dear President-Elect Trump, As you prepare to step from one ivory tower to the next, keep in mind, the hundreds of millions of Americans that have had their jobs shipped out of the country; their education has turned into profit machines for banks and the schools that push costly student loans; and the turmoil around […]

Getting From Point A to Point B With Money

Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Debt Collections, Exemptions, Family Law and Bankruptcy, Student Loans & Bankruptcy

Taking a trip is exciting. You have a staring place [“Point A”] and a destination [“Point B”]. Along the way, is the “journey.” Getting from Point A to Point B is simple when it’s a road trip because we look at a map, or nowadays, we’ll just plug in our destination into our GPS system, […]

Debt Jubilee Brings End To Debt Threats

Avoid Liens, Chapter 13, Student Loans & Bankruptcy

In today’s Los Angeles Times, Tom Petruno’s (@tpetruno) article entitled, Debt Threat Looms, again, he warns us of inevitable business cycles and where the economy is headed. You see, in order for the economy to move full steam ahead, we need to continue to spend money. The problem with that concept is that we’re so […]

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