• March 5, 2019

    Fishtanks, concert trips, and bankruptcy

    Fishtanks and concert trips – how can these things have anything to do with bankruptcy? The answer actually is they do not have anything to do with bankruptcy! That is the problem: these are perfect examples of expenses that your bankruptcy trustee will not accept if they occurred shortly before your bankruptcy case was filed. […]

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  • February 25, 2019

    Why does Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Cost so Much?

    I hear the same question frequently: why does Chapter 11 bankruptcy cost so much? Chapter 11 bankruptcy always costs much more than the conventional Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 case. The reason why Chapter 11 costs so much is because it is extensively-monitored and always “custom” in nature. Chapter 11 Costs So Much Because it […]

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  • December 19, 2018

    What Happens In Bankruptcy?

    What actually happens during bankruptcy is the release (or total forgiveness) of your debts. To get this release, you must provide some financial documents and official government paperwork to formally request that your debts be forgiven. After the full bankruptcy process is completed, you will receive a “discharge” that permanently eliminates your debt. Providing Paperwork […]

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  • December 13, 2018

    3 SIGNS THAT YOU NEED TO FILE FOR...

    What are clear signs that you need to file for bankruptcy? This question can be answered by in a few basic ways.  There are three basic signs that strongly indicate that bankruptcy is something that you may want to consider. Sign #1: Staying in the Same Place or Worse for Years Are your finances currently […]

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  • November 14, 2018

    Cause of Bankruptcy

    The Number One Cause of Bankruptcy: Lack of Financial Knowledge You can always trace back an immediate cause for bankruptcy. Ultimately, the number one cause of bankruptcy is lack of financial knowledge. Without adequate financial understanding, you can easily set up your life in a way that leads to bankruptcy. There are, however, three basic […]

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  • May 2, 2018

    Why Do Millionaires File Bankruptcy?

    Millionaires – Why Do They File For Bankruptcy? Millionaires file for bankruptcy due to the simplest reason: numbers.  They are always dealing with large numbers with their investments, assets, and banking endeavors.  Sometimes these numbers can quickly get millionaires into financial trouble that cannot be overcome without bankruptcy. Millionaires’ Investment Downturns Cause Bankruptcy Investment downturns […]

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  • August 30, 2017

    Right Time to File Bankruptcy?

    When Is the Right Time to File Bankruptcy? Timing can mean everything in life. Bankruptcy is no exception. When is the right time to file bankruptcy?  A few basic tips about the right time to file bankruptcy can be very helpful. 1. File Before Collection Becomes Too Aggressive If you were considering Chapter 7 or […]

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  • August 16, 2017

    Debts of the Deceased

    What Happens to Someone’s Debts When They Pass Away? When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult for the entire family. The situation can be also become confusing when the notices for the deceased family member’s debts keep coming in the mail. The creditors are demanding payment, but your loved one is now […]

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  • July 19, 2017

    Will My Employer Learn if I Have A...

    A wage garnishment on your paycheck can come after receiving a judgment during a lawsuit.   This wage garnishment can damage your budget severely.  In Indiana, the creditor will frequently take up to 25% of your gross income.  Will your employer know about the wage assignment?  On some level, it is very likely that your employer […]

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  • July 12, 2017

    Can I file for bankruptcy in Indiana if...

    If you have only recently moved to Indiana, you can still file bankruptcy within the state of Indiana. You do not generally need to go back to your old state to file.  This can be very convenient and cut down of traveling costs. Indiana Bankruptcy Filing:  You Must Wait 91 Days (The Greater Part of […]

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