So what's with the post title? Well, I might need your help and it has to do with bankruptcy.
My Philosophy class this semester is an 'Ethics & Values' class, and our grade requires the completion of a major group project. My group's assignment is to present arguments for and against the ethics of filing bankruptcy. We would LOVE to have guest speakers address our class - tell their story and take questions from the class - but none of us knows anyone that is able AND willing to do it.
This is where you come in. I'm looking for someone that can spend two hours on Monday evening, November 24, in a Lehi Junior High classroom talking about one of the following:
- Their decision to file bankruptcy, how they came to make it, and how it's impacted their life since filing;
- Their decision NOT to file bankruptcy although they had been considering it, how they came to make it, and how paying the debt has impacted their life;
- Their current financial situation, why it has presented bankruptcy as an option, and the reasons they have for or against filing.