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September 2012 Archives

Olympian turns to bankruptcy to deal with financial challenges

Some of our Tennessee readers may remember Olympic wrestler Rulon Gardner. He earned a gold medal in the 2000 Olympics by shocking the sports world in pulling off a defeat over renowned Russian wrestler Alexander Karelin, a superb wrestler who was riding a streak of 13 years without a defeat before their match. After that feat, Gardner went on to win the world title in 2001, and then a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympics. His sports victories made him quite famous, and, as a result, he began to attempt to make some financial headway off of his good fortune.

College football coach John L. Smith files Chapter 7

Residents of Tennessee who may be facing financial challenges may be relieved to learn they are not alone. It isn't just "regular" people who must turn to Chapter 7 bankruptcy for a fresh financial start, but also celebrities, football coaches and well-known people who we often assume are financially stable.

Ex Tennessee FBI agent's bankruptcy fraud case to be reconsidered

Filing for personal bankruptcy is a serious and life-changing matter which can provide debt relief for those struggling financially. However, bankruptcy fraud is not taken lightly, and a Tennessee man who once served as an FBI agent now will have a chance to have his case reconsidered. He will have a chance for a new trial after raising allegations of racial discrimination involving the dismissal of two prospective black jurors at his trial.

Report shows mortgage loan settlement aids Tennessee homeowners

There is good news for the Tennessee economy and homeowners, who have faced financial challenges in paying mortgages. A recent report revealed that homeowners in Tennessee are receiving a bit of debt relief from the recent mortgage loan settlement that was reached.

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