• June 21, 2017

    Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Law Change

    Did the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Law Change? The first wave of 10-year faithful payers under the public service student loan forgiveness program (PSLF) will soon mature. These payers should have their loans forgiven under this program for their 10 years of work as a public employee. Now, it appears that the Department of […]

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  • June 14, 2017

    Puerto Rico Bankruptcy

    Puerto Rico Bankruptcy – What Does This Mean for the U.S.? Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory, has become completely bankrupt: it can no longer service its debts. Puerto Rico is barred technically from filing for bankruptcy due to its territory status. However, similar reorganization relief will be sought under PROMESA (the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, […]

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  • 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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  • January 18, 2017

    Should You Be Able To Get Rid of...

    The answer to this question is probably “Yes.”  You should be able to discharge student loans in bankruptcy during most situations.    However, under the current law you cannot discharge student loans in bankruptcy with almost no exceptions.  Many strongly argue that the legislation which culminated in the complete banning of student loan bankruptcy in […]

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  • January 11, 2017

    Credit Card Havoc May Follow 2017 Federal Reserve...

    The Federal Reserve has reported that it anticipates raises in the Federal Reserve prime rates for 2017.   This raise in rates may have a massive “trickle down” effect that will alter many current financial norms.   Among these “norms,” credit card interest rates may soon be increasing. Credit Card Interest Rates are Adjustable Credit card […]

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  • June 22, 2016

    Montgomery County Indiana Bankruptcy Attorney: Knowing the Facts

    Knowing the facts about bankruptcy and attorneys in Montgomery County Indiana may seem a strange topic to research.  The beauty and rich history of Montgomery County could easily distract many people from such mundane facts.    From the winding Sugar Creek, to the parks, to historic downtown Crawfordsville: it’s perfectly Indiana.  Even the movie “Hoosiers” was […]

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  • April 20, 2016

    Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney for the People

    Every attorney builds their practice to have a specific focus.   It is certainly uncommon to find an law office that practices in every area these days.  With laws becoming more complicated, specialty is the key.  What was John Bymaster’s focus?  It was to become the Indianpolis Bankruptcy Attorney for the people.   We want […]

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  • March 20, 2016


    UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY Emerging from the waves of Donald Trump media has come the following understanding: Donald Trump has previously filed for bankruptcy.   The reality, however, is that Donald Trump has NEVER filed for bankruptcy.   Let’s review Donald Trump’s past bankruptcy involvement, focusing on the importance of business entity bankruptcy. TRUMP’S PAST BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY CASES […]

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  • 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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