You may find beggared a useful term.
beggared. past participle of beggar
to make a person or organization, etc. extremely poor
Cambridge goes on to give examples, among which we find:
• His parents beggared themselves, grew old before their time, striving with every nerve to clear and vindicate their son's name.
• The case may go on for some days and the person who loses may find himself almost beggared.
• To-day they are beggared and penniless.
Hence, in Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens Gutenberg we find the following passage that refers to the many people who are about to discover they have been impoverished by the financial consequences of the death of Mr Merdle:
"... if all those hundreds and thousands of beggared people who were yet asleep could only know, as they two spoke, the ruin that impended over them, what a fearful cry against one miserable soul would go up to Heaven!"