• March 29, 2017

    Retail Apocalypse: Will It Stop With Just the...

    A common fear across the United States is that we are facing a “Retail Apocalypse.”   This new term has been coined to express how retailers  are filing bankruptcy and shutting down in droves across the United States.  As the transition from physical retail stores to online retailers continues, the damage to our economy may […]

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  • March 29, 2017

    How to Identify and Avoid Loan Forgiveness Scams

    Large loans make the borrower feel trapped.  With this trapped feeling brings desperation to find any route of escape.  Loan forgiveness scams prey on this desperate, “trapped” feeling.  This is especially true for student loans.   Student loans create the perfect dynamic for loan forgiveness scams.   A loan forgiveness scam claims that you will be able […]

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  • March 22, 2017

    Business Debts and Personal Bankruptcy

    Do You Need To File a Business or Personal Bankruptcy? Businesses can be very successful. Other times businesses face severe financial difficulties.  If your business is failing, do you need to file a business or personal bankruptcy? Business Debts Can “Get Personal” With most small businesses, it is very common for the owners to make […]

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  • March 15, 2017

    Wage Garnishment Indiana

    Wage Garnishment – How Much Is Allowable From Your Check? A wage garnishment in Indiana on your paycheck can instantly destroy your budget.    If you receive a lawsuit, your creditor may be able to obtain a judgment against you.  This judgment will allow the creditor to eventually garnish your wages.  How much is allowable from […]

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  • March 8, 2017

    Are There Any Rules to Follow at the...

    The bankruptcy meeting, sometimes called “the meeting of creditors” is an administrative hearing that requires the respect and timeliness of all who participate.   This “Section 341” bankruptcy meeting has a few rules that must be followed in order to have a successful meeting.  Let’s go over the few basic rules of the bankruptcy meeting […]

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  • March 1, 2017

    Get Financially Savvy Before You “Take the Hit”

    Everything builds up in our financial lives. If we are moving in the wrong direction financially, eventually we are going to “take the hit.”  Years of bad financial decisions and no improvement on financial understanding will add up.  Eventually, it will lead to one massive, financial, knock-out “hit.”  It may come in bankruptcy, loss of […]

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  • February 22, 2017

    What Happens if I Get Married During My...

    Getting married can be one of the greatest blessings in life. However, it can sometimes create a negative effect on getting relief in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case.  Getting married during the middle of a bankruptcy case can potentially alter what is required to achieve debt relief in bankruptcy.  Getting Married During […]

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  • February 15, 2017

    Internet Bankruptcy Advice?

    With the Internet being so readily available, many turn to the Internet for bankruptcy advice. Be careful.  Bankruptcy advice can only truly be given by a bankruptcy attorney.  Remember, legal advice is specifically tailored for each situation.  Seeking Internet bankruptcy advice can lead to undesirable outcomes.  However, there are advantages to using the internet to research bankruptcy. […]

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  • February 8, 2017

    File Your Tax Returns Before Filing Bankruptcy

    Before you consider filing bankruptcy, it may be a good idea to get your tax returns up-to-date. If you have not filed required income tax returns, you will likely be required to file them during your bankruptcy. However, there are advantages to getting your tax refunds filed as early as possible before considering bankruptcy. Tax […]

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  • February 1, 2017

    Reinstating a Driver’s License Through Bankruptcy

    A drivers license can be reinstated by filing for bankruptcy in Indiana (and most other states) in certain situations. If your license has been revoked in Indiana for “financial responsibility” requirements, you may be able to have your license reinstated by filing for bankruptcy.   The bankruptcy filing will take away your “financial responsibility” for the […]

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