Press

About the Money

Christina Latta Henry appeared as a regular guest during the 2008–09 season of About the Money with Josephine Cheng, a weekly public affairs program produced by KCTS 9 in Seattle. Click here to view clips from these appearances.

 

Other Television Appearances

“Grads declare bankruptcy under mountain of student loan debt”


KING 5 News’ Jake Whittenberg interviewed Christina Henry for this May 21, 2012 story about recent college graduates struggling with excessive student debt.

Home Sweet Home: Owning the American Dream

Home Sweet Home: Owning the American Dream was a special presentation hosted by Enrique Cerna that aired on KCTS 9 on June 30, 2008, dealing with issues affecting Seattle-area homeowners in the immediate wake of the housing bubble. Christina Latta Henry was a featured guest in the segment “Sub-Prime Effect,” focusing on the sub-prime mortgage crisis, homeowners facing foreclosure, and the effect on the local real estate market.


Christina Latta Henry was interviewed by KOMO 4 News’ Connie Thompson for a March 13, 2008 story about the expansion of the Washington state homestead exemption, a law that has helped more homeowners keep their home in bankruptcy.[/one_half_last]

Print Citations

The Dark Side of Student Debt – June, 2011

Jane Bennett Clark, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

logo_open-graphChristina Latta Henry was interviewed for this story about the dangers of defaulting on student loans and ways student loan borrowers can get back on track.

Gamblers strike out in suits tied to Las Vegas casino markers – February 4th, 2011

Steve Green, Las Vegas Sun

logo_open-graphChristina Henry was interviewed regarding a case in which a client was arrested for non-payment of a debt to a Las Vegas casino, despite having filed for bankruptcy earlier.

Law shields $125,000 in home equity from creditors – August 27, 2007

Aubrey Cohen, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

logo_open-graphThe P-I’s Aubrey Cohen interviewed Christina Henry for this story about the Washington state homestead exemption.