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Brandi P.

Finished February, 13 2019

What advice do you have for people considering bankruptcy?

To anyone in this situation I’d say: “Don't be so hard on yourself. You learn through mistakes. Do not live beyond your means because that is a guaranteed set-up for failure. But don’t be so hard on yourself if you get i to some kind of trouble with debt because that happens. I don’t think there's one person walking on this Earth who hasn't had that experience with owing something and not being sure how you're going to pay for it or you're struggling to pay it.

What did you like most about using Upsolve?

You helped me during a tough time. I couldn't thank you and your team enough.


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