• July 8, 2015

    Will I Lose Everything I Bought With Credit...

    Many times our clients ask, “Will I lose everything I bought with credit cards when I file for bankruptcy?”  The answer to this question is “No.”  You will not lose everything you bought with credit cards when you file for bankruptcy. Generally, you can keep everything that you bought with credit cards when you file […]

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  • June 26, 2015

    Why Bankruptcy Can Be Good For Your Credit

    Why Bankruptcy Can Be Good For Your Credit- Bankruptcy can be very good for improving your credit score. A credit score that has suffered from default in payments or other negative credit reporting can be restored though eventually after a bankruptcy filing. Let’s discuss how Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can help restore your […]

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  • June 25, 2015

    Post-Bankruptcy Debtors Financial Management Course: Top 5 Things...

    Post-Bankruptcy Debtors Financial Management Course –Every person in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is required to take a post bankruptcy debtors financial management course. This course helps teach financial principles for making a budget and making sure that you will be able to manage your finances after bankruptcy. This article is about the top […]

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  • June 24, 2015

    Pre-Bankruptcy Credit Counseling – The Top Five Things...

    Pre-Bankruptcy Credit Counseling – Every debtor is now required to take a bankruptcy credit counseling course before they file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. This pre-bankruptcy credit counseling course can be taken through several different course providers. This article is about the top five things to know about this course. Number One: […]

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  • June 4, 2015

    Unsecured Mortgages

    CAN COMPLETELY UNSECURED OR “UNDERWATER” MORTGAGES BE ELIMINATED THROUGH FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY? The premise can be explained somewhat simply: a second mortgage is completely underwater.  The mortgage is no longer attached to ANY equity in your house because the first mortgage eats up all the value of the house.  This kind of thing is pretty […]

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  • June 1, 2015

    God’s View on Finances

    IS GOD’S VIEW OF FINANCES  MUCH DIFFERENT THAN OURS? What is God’s view on finances?  None of us are perfect.  We live in a very imperfect world.  Each of us has different financial difficulties we face.  We all have learned faulty and imperfect perceptions and habits about money.  Let’s take a quick view at some […]

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  • May 27, 2015


    BANKRUPTCY JUDGES: THE “FEDERAL” JUDGES WHO ARE NOT “FEDERAL” JUDGES. BANKRUPTCY JUDGES & FEDERAL POWER:  The domain of bankruptcy was allotted to the federal government by the constitution itself where it says, “The Congress shall have Power To…establish…uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States…. .”   This clause eventually led to the […]

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  • May 12, 2015

    Timeshares and Bankruptcy

    Timeshares can frequently be handled according to your preference in bankruptcy: you can either KEEP them or even better for many people  . . . YOU CAN GET RID OF THEM.    A discussion of timeshares and bankruptcy should probably be broken down into three topics: 1) How to retain timeshares in bankruptcy, 2) How to […]

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  • May 7, 2015

    Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney Reviews

    Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney Reviews: Are Bankruptcy Attorney Ratings Available for Indiana?  Are They reliable? When looking for bankruptcy help, some of our clients have shown interest in Indianapolis bankruptcy attorney reviews.   They ask if Indianapolis bankruptcy attorney ratings are available online or in any other format to help them in their selection process.   Although there […]

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  • April 24, 2015

    Medical Bankruptcy in Indianapolis

    Bankruptcy Attorneys frequently are confronted with requests for a Medical Bankruptcy in Indianapolis.   A “Medical Bankruptcy” is a term that many perspective bankruptcy clients use in order to describe a bankruptcy that only (or mostly) addresses large, burdensome medical debts.   When you file a “medical bankruptcy,”  you are filing n regular, Chapter 7 bankruptcy but […]

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