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You Are Not Alone

Throughout the history of the United States there have been many famous people who have filed for Bankruptcy and utilized their right to a fresh financial start.

Every person going through bankruptcy feels alone or that they are the only ones suffering from the stress and strain of financial struggles. And now, many people have the wrong impression that bankruptcy relief is no longer available due to the new bankruptcy law changes on October 17, 2005. In fact, the new bankruptcy laws have little effect on most people and in some cases, the new laws are even more favorable then they were before.

Throughout the State of California, tens of thousands of people and numerous businesses file for bankruptcy every year. It is likely that you may know friends, family members, coworkers, and neighbors who have filed, but that just don’t advertise it. There are many famous people who have filed for bankruptcy and due to their celebrity status their bankruptcy filings are disseminated in the media. Bankruptcy relief in the United States has been around since the 1800’s. Even the16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln filed for bankruptcy twice to start over. You too have a constitutional right to a fresh financial start just like the famous individuals below. Remember that if bankruptcy relief was used by Abraham Lincoln, former Texas Governor John Connally, and many others to start over or reorganize their debts maybe you can too.

Famous People That Have Filed Bankruptcy

Abraham Lincoln

16th President of the United States

Robert Kiyosaki

Author: “Rich, Poor Dad”

Benedict Arnold

Betrayed Colonists to British

Marion “Suge” Knight

Death Row Records Rap Producer

Bowie Kuhn

Former U.S. Baseball Commissioner

John James Audubon

Illustrated “Birds of America”

Gary Kurtz

Oscar-Nominated Film Producer

P.T. Barnum

The Great American Circus Owner

Veronica Lake

Actress

John Barrymore

Actor: Romeo & Juliet

Lorenzo Lamas

Actor

Kim Basinger

Oscar-Winning Actress

Cyndi Lauper

Rock Star

Frank Baum

Author: “Wizard of Oz”

Anton LaVey

Founder of the Church of Satan

Melvin Belli

Famous Lawyer known as “The King of Torts”

Stan Lee

Comic book Industry Pioneer, Co-Creator of “Spider-Man”, “The Incredible Hulk”, “The X-Men”, and others.

Bunny Berigan

Great Jazz trumpeter

Jerry Lewis

Comic

Bjorn Borg

Pro Tennis player

Jerry Lee Lewis

Rock n’ Roll Star

Lorraine Braco

Oscar-Nominated Actress

Horace Liveright

Publisher of the Modern Library Series

Matthew Brady

U.S. Civil War Photographer

Meat Loaf

Rock Star

Toni Braxton

Rock Star

Joe Louis

Boxer

Lenny Bruce

Comic

Ashley MacIsaac

Musician-Fiddler

Buffalo Bill

Wild West Showman

Jackie Mason

Comedic Entertainer

Gary Burghoff

Radar O’Reilly in MASH

Henry Mayhew

Punch Journalist

Anita Bryant

Singer: 1958 Miss America 2nd runner up

Mindy McCready

Country Music Star, American Author

Tia Carrere

Actor: Wayne’s World

George McGovern

Politician

Nell Carter

Actor: Housekeeper on “Gimme a Break’’

William McKinley

25th U.S. President

Raymond Carver

Author: Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?

Tom Metzger

White Supremacist

Miguel de Cervantes

Novelist: Don Quixote

Marvin Mitchelson

Celebrity Divorce Lawyer

Samuel L. Clemens (“Mark Twain”)

American Author – Humorist

Melba Moore

Singer – Actress

Natalie Cole

Singer

Debelah Morgan

Singer/Songwriter – Producer

Gary Coleman

Actor

Lorrie Morgan

Country Music Star, American Author

John Connally

Former Texas Governor, wounded in 1963 Kennedy Assassination in Dallas

Robert Morris

Politician who financed the the Revolutionary War

Francis Ford Coppola

Oscar-Winning Film Writer – Director and Producer

Merle Haggard

Country Music Star

Levi P. Morton

Vice President for Benjamin Harris

Cathy Lee Crosby

Actress – American Author

Motor City Five/MCS

Rock Group of the 1960s

David Crosby

Singer/Songwriter

Willie Nelson

Singer/Songwriter – Actor, American Author

Aleister Crowley

Wickedest Man in the World

Wayne Newton

Singer – Actor – Entertainer

Vic Damone

Singer

Harry Nilsson

Singer/Songwriter: Me and My Arrow

Dino De Laurentis

Oscar-Winning Film Producer

F. Donald Nixon

Richard’s Brother

John DeLorean

Automobile Designer & Entrepreneur

Immanuel Nobel

Father of Manufacturers – Philanthropist Alfred Nobel, who founded the Nobel Prize

Walt Disney

Oscar-Winning Film Producer, Animation & Theme Park Pioneer

Mary Nolan

Actress

Henry Dunant

Red Cross Founder

Emperor Norton

Emperor of the U.S. and Protector of Mexico

William C. Durant

Founder of General Motor

Ted Nugent

Rock Star

Freddy Fender

Musician: Before the Next Teardrop Falls

Kate O’Brien

”The Land of Spices” Novelist

Eddie Fisher

Singer: Crooner Dumped by Liz Taylor

Thomas Paine

Common Sense Activist

Mick Fleetwood

Rock Star, Lead member of “Fleetwood Mac”

Johnny Paycheck

Country Music Star

Heidi Fleiss

Clothing Line Founder, American Author

Tom Petty

Rock Star

Henry Ford

Automobile Manufacturer

Gaylord Perry

Baseball Player

William Fox

Co-Founder of 20th Century Fox Film Corporation

Buddy Post

Lottery Millionaire

Red Foxx

Actor – Entertainer

Susan Powter

Exercise/Fitness Expert, Talk Show Host, Best Selling American Author

R. Buckminister Fuller

Architect-Futurist: Invented the Geodesic Dome

Burt Prelutsky

American Television Writer & Screenwriter

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Cop-Slapping Gabor sister

Randy Quaid

Actor

Marvin Gaye

Singer

Lynn Redgrave

Actress

Andy Gibb

Rock Star

Tommy Rettig

Actor: Jeff Miller in Lassie

Bernhard Goetz

Subway Vigilante Criminal

Burt Reynolds

Oscar Nominated Actor – Director, American Author

Charles Goodyear

19th Century American Inventor, Discovered How to Vulcanize Rubber

Debbie Reynolds

Oscar-Nominated Actress-Singer, American Author

Ulysses S. Grant

18th U.S. President: Civil War General, Best-Selling American Author, Face Pictured on the U.S. fifty dollar bill

Mickey Rooney

Oscar-Nominated Actor, American Author

Elizabeth Ward Gracen

Actress – model: Miss America 1982

Rick Ross

Activist: Cult Expert, Deprogrammer

Tony Gwynn

Batted .394 in 1994 for the Padres

Harry Saltzman

Film Producer (James Bond movies)

Dorothy Hamill

Olympic Gold-Medal Ice skater

Derek Sanderson

Hockey Player

M.C. Hammer

Rock Star

Ray Sawyer

Rock Star, Member of “Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show”

Richard Harris

Oscar-Nominated Actor – Producer & Director

Oskar Schindler

Activist who saved over 1,000 Jews from the Nazis

Isaac Hayes

Oscar-Winning Songwriter – Composer – Musician – Singer

Shenandoah

Country Music Band

H.J. Heinz

Founder of Heinz Ketchup

Billy Sims

Detroit Lions RB

Margaux Hemingway

Actress

Tom Sizemore

Heat, Robbery Homicide Division Actor

Sherman Hemsley

Actor

Anna Nicole Smith

Model-Actress, 1993 Playboy Magazine “Playmate of the Year”

Ty Herndon

Country Music Star

Dee Snider

Front man for Twisted Sister, Musician

Miton Snavely Hershey

Founder of Hershey’s Chocolate

Phoebe Snow

Jazz Vocalist

Steve Howe

MLB Pitcher

Lynne Spears

American Author, Mother of Pop Star Britney Spears

E. Howard Hunt

Coordinated Watergate Break-In

Leon Spinks

Boxer

Nelson Bunker Hunt

Tried to corner the Silver Market

Sheryl Swoopes

Three-Time WNBA MVP

Ron Isley

Rhythm & Blues Singer

J. Fife Symington

Governor of Arizona (1995, while still in office)

La Toya Jackson

Rock Star

Lawrence Taylor

NFL Hall of Fame

Don Johnson

Actor & Producer

Randall Terry

Operation Rescue Founder

Eli Jacobs

Former Baltimore Orioles Owner

Nikola Tesla

Invented Alternating Current

Janice – Marie Johnson

Rock Star/Disco Diva

Donald Trump

Billionaire Entrepreneur

George Jones

Country Singer

TLC

Rock Group

Grace Jones Singer

Entertainer

Mike Tyson

Boxer

Kacey Jones

Country Music Star, Musical Humorist

Johnny Unitas

Legendary Hall of Fame football Quarterback

Chaka Kahn

Rock Star

John Whitehead

Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now, musician

Charles Keating

Morality Crusader, White-Collar swindler

Oscar Wilde

Poet & Author

Buster Keaton

Actor: The General

James Wilson

U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Bernard Kerik

NYC Police Commissioner

Tammy Wynette

Country Music Star

Margot Kidder

Lois Lane in Superman Movie

Florenz Ziegfeld

Actor: The Ziegfeld Follies

Larry King

Talk show host, Best-Selling American Author

Run DMC

Rap Group