I was diagnosed with cancer lymphoma in 2018 and while I was on an approved medical leave m job filled my position, therefore I have some unpaid debts. I have been writing to inform them of my illness and asking for their patience and for them to give me some time because I am getting aggressive chemo and my family is taking care of me and now they are threatening to sue me and file judgement what can I do to keep this stress off of me right now. I am truly unable to pay anything right now because i have no income and I have filed for disability and have received no response? Please help!
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