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AIR DATE: June 11, 2009

Krystal Hosmer, former homeowner
Cena Valladolid, Chief Operating Officer of Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Nevada and Utah
Spencer Judd, attorney, Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright
What happens to people who have lost their homes? Can they still be sued for the unpaid debt? Can they still be forced into bankruptcy after foreclosure? How can they prevent being bankrupted? And what can they do to repair their credit. A former homeowner will explain how she lost her home and experts on credit and legal issues will offer their advice on how to deal with the problems that come after the bank has sold the home.
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