(PW) end a worrisome situation
I am glad that I am working again and making money. I finally got out from under my bills.
a. To leave or escape.
b. To cause to leave or escape.
2. To become known: Somehow the secret got out.
3. To publish, as a newspaper.
out from under Informal
Having gotten free of worries or difficulties: Credit counseling helped us get out from under.