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Old 08-17-2012, 01:17 PM
 
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I use to have a good paying job! Unfortunately I have fell on hard times due to being recently DX with brain tumors. I have already been slammed with $60,000 in medical bills in the last 2 months when they discovered these brain tumors. I will be having surgery in October and may end up with $100,000+.

I am more likely going to end up filing bankruptcy. Right now I currently live with some and need to move out because they are putting me out. They told me I had till the beginning of December.

So I was wondering what apartments in Columbus, OH will take after bankruptcy people... I do plan on paying at least 6-10 months in advance....

Any info is greatly appreciated. If you feel the need to leave stupid childish remarks then please keep them to yourself...
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:09 AM
 
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Sorry for your misfortune. I have experienced falling on hard times before. Unfortunately I don't have any hard resources to point you to other to say that when I was going through, I relied on my faith in God and prayer to pull me through. Prayer really does change things. I will pray for you.
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Old 08-23-2017, 09:53 AM
 
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Me myself I'm going through a tough time I had bad credit from when I was married interest rate for Al always high and I purchased a car from this one call are here in Columbus Ohio which was a lemon and I had extended warranty on it it was in the shop more than I was able to drive it so I put up with that for 2 years trying to keep my car and continue to pay my bills let's get in behind so I turn the car in next thing I know they came out the me trying to garnish my wages I'm on a fixed income I get disability and I work part-time eye contact me a lawyer and he stopped a procedures for them to stop garnishing my wages so now I'm out trying to find me a place and it's really hard all my children are out there doing their things and I don't want to intrude on them we all live different Lifestyles and so right now it's just really hard for me I can't find a place nowhere because I can't do steps the apartment that I'm in now they have steps i have had multiple shots in my knees my lease end of so I'm having a very hard time to find somewhere to go how overwhelming it is I don't know what to do just going through it really bad right now. This is so overwhelming to me
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Old 09-10-2017, 11:44 PM
 
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OP, sorry for what you're going thru.

I'm not quite understanding - when/why did you lose your job & medical benefits?
How are you going to take care of yourself in an apt of your own with these serious medical problems?
I don't understand your comment about $100,000.
Where are you getting income from now and how can you afford to pay several months rent in advance?
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