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No job and getting divorce
He had me quit my job and now he filing for divorce. What can I do?

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Notify your creditors of your current situation to seem what arrangements can be made and work on getting a new job. 

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Sorry about the unfortunate events, like they say, "when it rains, it pours". As already mentioned you should contact your creditors right away if you are unable to make your payments as most of them will have hardship programs to help people keep their accounts current. In addition to that, get out there and find some work, you didn't quit the only job there ever was. It can be very difficult today finding a job that pays anything decent, but if you have to, take what you can for now even if it isn't ideal, to at least keep things afloat while you can conduct a thorough job search. Good luck with everything and I sincerely hope that things get better for you.

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