In 2010, one of the most famous reality television couples in Hollywood, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, filed for bankruptcy. An example of extreme spending, the pair purposefully and exuberantly spent almost all of the money they earned. Did they want to be poor? Were they wrongly investing the more-than-ten-million-dollars into the wrong people and companies? What was the reason for this initiative? It turns out the answer is surprisingly simple: Montag and Pratt truly believed that the world was coming to an end in December 2012, and decided to seize the day and live life to its fullest with extravagant spending. Some examples of this include expensive plastic surgery, purchasing cars for friends and tipping for services in hundred dollar bills.
Bankruptcy is not something that commonly happens to multimillionaire celebrities who strive to dispose of their wealth. Rather, it is a situation that erupts from years of hardships and difficult decisions and is dealt with daily by hardworking people with unfortunate circumstances. A bankruptcy lawyer understands these conditions and can help anyone struggling. Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have looked back on their actions and acknowledged that they made mistakes as well as advising others not to believe apocalypses are imminent. Avoid these errors, and call Elaine Fridlin, Esq. of Fridlin & Associates at 718-372-2286 or come in today for a free free consultation.
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