• February 7, 2016

    Indiana Bankruptcy – Bymaster Bankruptcy Location

    Office Location has been in the family 70 years The office location of Bymaster Bankruptcy was created in a farm home location that has been in the Bymaster Family for over 70 years.   When we were doing some recent landscaping and improvements, it hit me.  Our office truly is unique.   Looking out at […]

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  • January 4, 2016

    Expert Bankruptcy Attorney

    Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney Describes Why the Term “Expert” is Rarely Used Indianapolis bankruptcy attorneys rarely use slogans such as “Expert Bankruptcy Attorney.”   Although many Indiana bankruptcy attorneys have years of experiences which would usually qualify them as an “expert” in the common thinking of the word, the term is rarely used to avoid abuses […]

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  • December 23, 2015

    Eliminate Your Fears About Bankruptcy Exemptions

    What Are Bankruptcy Exemptions? What Does “Exemption” Mean? Bankruptcy “exemptions” can be a confusing concept if you have never been exposed to the bankruptcy process.  Many debtors have fears about bankruptcy exemptions, but many times there is nothing to fear.  Bankruptcy exemptions also vary from state to state, adding further confusion to the subject.  Bankruptcy exemptions […]

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  • November 30, 2015

    What is an Adversary Complaint in Bankruptcy?

    Many times our clients ask us, “What is an adversary complaint in bankruptcy?”  An Adversary Case (in a bankruptcy proceeding) is a separate lawsuit that is filed with in the bankruptcy system as a bankruptcy is taking place.   These adversary “lawsuits” will receive a separate case number: they are completely separate to the original […]

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  • November 19, 2015

    Can Your Discharge of Debt Be Revoked in...

    Many of our clients ask, “Can your discharge of Debt Be Revoked in Bankruptcy?”  If you do not comply with the rules of the bankruptcy court, your discharge could be revoked in bankruptcy.  This means that your bankruptcy will be reversed.  It would be as if you never filed bankruptcy at all.  Let’s discuss when […]

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  • October 24, 2015

    Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy

    What Does Automatic Stay mean? The “automatic stay” in bankruptcy can be described like an invisible shield that instantly protects you from all your creditors when you file for bankruptcy.   Each bankruptcy case is accompanied by this automatic stay under Section 362 of the bankruptcy code.  Understanding the automatic stay concept only requires some […]

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  • September 22, 2015

    Free Bankruptcy Lawyer in Indiana and Indianapolis Area

    Many people cannot afford to file bankruptcy because of their limited budgets. There are a limited amount of free bankruptcy lawyer options in the Indianapolis area. This article discusses how you can find a free bankruptcy attorney to take your bankruptcy case. Free Bankruptcy Lawyers Are Usually Limited and Available in Extreme Poverty-Based Situations Although […]

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  • September 17, 2015

    Indiana Chapter 7 vs Indiana Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    This article compares the benefits of Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Indiana versus Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 can be a cost effective and powerful solution to your debt problems if you live in Indiana. Let’s discuss the differences between the two. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Indiana The most common bankruptcy remedy […]

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  • September 15, 2015

    Discount Bankruptcy in Indiana

     More Bankruptcy Attorneys and Less Bankruptcy Cases There has been a marked recent decline in total bankruptcy filings across the United States. Because there are less bankruptcy filings there has been more competition to file the cases among attorneys. This has resulted in discounted, reduced rates for bankruptcy services. Discount bankruptcy is very common now: […]

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  • September 7, 2015

    Buying and Selling a House in Chapter 13

    An Article by Indianapolis Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney John Bymaster Buying and Selling a House in Chapter 13 – We have already discussed how Indianapolis Chapter 13 cases are very flexible, but can you buy or sell a house during a Chapter 13?   The answer is “yes,” you can buy or sell a house during […]

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