• May 11, 2022

    Does Bankruptcy Get Rid of Car Loans and...

    Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can allow you to never pay your car loan ever again.  You could then have a paid-in-full car, right?  Unfortunately, this is not allowed in most cases.  In most cases, you will need to keep paying your car loan after bankruptcy in order to keep the car.  That is the default in […]

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  • April 27, 2022

    Can You Pay Student Loans through Chapter 13?

    Student Loans through Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Student loans always seem to have a special status with the law and courts.  The same applies to Chapter 13.   Student loans can be treated in different ways in most Chapter 13 cases.  You may even be able to pay your student loans through Chapter 13. Student Loans are […]

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  • April 6, 2022

    Auto Loan and Bankruptcy

    Can I Get Rid of an Auto Loan and Keep My Car in Bankruptcy? You usually surrender a car in bankruptcy to get rid of a car loan.  Can you instead just get rid of the car loan but keep the car after bankruptcy?   The answer to this is usually “no.”  The car creditor will […]

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  • March 23, 2022

    Houses and Bankruptcy

    How much of a House Can You keep in Indiana Bankruptcy? In Indiana, it is important to know how much of a house you can keep in bankruptcy.  This is especially important in Chapter 7 bankruptcy because this amount determines whether or not the Trustee may want to examine your house.   You can only keep […]

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  • March 9, 2022

    Tax Debt

    What Do I Need to Do Before I File Bankruptcy? Before you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it may be wise to accomplish some important things as to your taxes first.  It is very important to file all of your tax returns.  It is also important to wait for the right timing. File All Your Tax […]

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  • February 23, 2022

    Tiny House and Filing Bankruptcy

    Getting a Paid-in-Full Tiny House and Filing for Bankruptcy? The growing phenomenon of “tiny houses” is even reaching the realm of bankruptcy.  I have been asked more than once the tiny-home question.  Can I get a tiny house and file for bankruptcy in Indiana?   The answer to this question is “yes.”  You can get a […]

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  • February 9, 2022

    How Do I Become Eligible for Chapter 7?

    How Can I Become Eligible for Chapter 7 if I Make too Much Income? Some people simply make too much money to be eligible for Chapter 7.  These people are sometimes stuck in a Chapter 13 scenario that they simply cannot afford.  If you make too much income for Chapter 7, you do not necessarily […]

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  • January 26, 2022

    Navient Student Loan Forgiveness: Am I Eligible?

    Navient, the largest of student loan providers, has recently settled a lawsuit.  Part of this lawsuit settlement provides $26.3 million dollars of student loan forgiveness for Indiana residents.   In addition, a $4.3 million fund will allow restitution payments to a much larger group of Indiana student loan borrowers. What did Navient do Wrong? Navient has […]

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  • November 10, 2021

    How to Use Indiana Bankruptcy Exemptions

    The Basic Indiana Bankruptcy Exemptions Indiana bankruptcy exemptions protect your property when you file bankruptcy.  If you properly claim Indiana’s exemptions, you will not lose property in your bankruptcy case.   Knowing how to correctly use Indiana’s bankruptcy exemptions is very important. The basic Indiana bankruptcy exemptions are simple.  You can protect four following things (assets): […]

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  • October 27, 2021

    Post COVID-19 Bankruptcy Boom

    Will There Be a Post COVID-19 Bankruptcy Boom? The average U.S. household debt loads are now higher than ever in the past.  The COVID-19 pandemic has also created mass economic disruption.  Jobs have been lost and interrupted.  Mortgage defaults are higher than any time in the last 10 years.   A post COVID-19 bankruptcy boom could […]

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