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Financial Crisis

MMI Services that can help:

  • We understand that each person that seeks assistance has a unique financial situation. During your pre-filing counseling session, a certified credit counselor will work one-on-one with you to develop a detailed personal financial assessment.

  • The pre-discharge education program covers a variety of financial and budgeting topics, assuring you have the tools necessary to build a strong financial foundation.

  • MMI is approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to help you to get back on track if you have fallen behind with your mortgage payments.

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Unexpected but inevitable financial crises can be difficult to overcome when debt levels are high and savings levels are low.  If you are facing a financial setback, it is time for planning, not panic.  Learn how to asses the situation, identify resources, set priorities, create a plan, communicate with your creditors during a financial crisis.


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