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Credit & Debt Issues for Military Families

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This 90-minute webinar will provide steps to help military families boost their cash flow, improve their financial well-being, and keep their financial future looking bright! Leslie will provide strategies and real life examples to help service members and their families overcome financial obstacles. You may feel embarrassed if you have financial or legal problems, however, there are many people out there who are in similar situations. Leslie’s advice can not only help military families take control of their debt but also learn to live with their debt and eventually love it! The discussion will close with a Q & A session with Leslie and webinar participants.


CEU approval for MFLN Personal Finance webinars expires 3 years after the live event. CEUs are no longer available for this webinar. For more information and to earn CEUs from more current webinars click here.


Leslie Tayne, Esq., is a consumer and business debt-related attorney and advisor. She founded Tayne Law Group, P.C., concentrating solely in debt resolution and alternatives to filing bankruptcy for consumers, small business owners and professionals. In addition, Tayne Law regularly consults and advises on debt management related issues. Her book, Life & Debt, shows how learning to embrace your debt can help you not only like it, but love it. She is highly accomplished in negotiation and settlements and has gone up against large national banks, credit unions, collection agencies and multiple creditor legal representatives. Leslie’s mission is to reshape the debt relief industry by giving clients a supportive and reliable environment built on experience, trust and results that will not only relieve clients of the stress from debts but also the burden of the never-ending debt cycle.

The Cover image Marine Corps offers ways to avoid, eliminate debt by Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow for this webinar is licensed Creative Commons CC BY 2.0.

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