Broke, busted, tapped out, lost in the woods, dissolute, naked in the winter, wiped out, over lev’d, indigent, penniless, gone fishin’, in the poor house, itinerant, rambling, povertized, compromised, chaptered, scrambling, crumbling … Bankrupt!
No matter how you describe it, it all means the same thing…you borrowed money, you owe money, but you’ve got no money and the creditors are coming at you with all they got.
Your creditors have spent so much time breathing down your neck that the back of your head smells like the garlic heavy meal they had last night for dinner.
And it looks like you’re on the menu for their next meal. As they set out to cannibalize every last assets you have to pay off your debt.
But don’t lose hope yet, bankruptcy and the laws governing this federal domain could save you. And all of a sudden, having no money seems like the best alternative to owing more than you can ever pay back in a thousand lifetimes.
In just four to seven years, the vultures will have stopped circling and you could have a brand new shiney credit record and once again be a good risk for someone else to take a chance on.
Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all.
Welcome to Felony Miami. Let’s air it out.
Felony Miami Episode 21 w/ Host Joe Stone and Guests:
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There’s blood in the mud, cocaine in the evidence room, and millions of pages of arrest reports. To say that there’s been a lot of crime committed in Miami is the understatement of the century.
When it comes to solving crimes, and closing cases out, our three guests today are experts in the field. Real life Miami vice investigators