Bankruptcy: A clean slate, but at what cost?
FARGO - For months, Amy Flaten cried any time she talked about bankruptcy.
In her late teens and early 20s, she'd racked up debt after her fiancé at the time had been injured and stopped working and started doing physical therapy. She was a full-time student and working full-time, but there wasn't enough money.
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