• July 26, 2017

    Security Deposits and Bankruptcy

    What Happens to My Security Deposit If I File For Bankruptcy? Large security deposits are common with apartments. When you leave your apartment, this security deposit money protects you from the landlord seeking damages. Many times the security deposit will be returned to you after the completion of your lease. What happens to your security […]

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  • July 5, 2017

    Bankruptcy Waiting Period

    How Long is the Bankruptcy Waiting Period? What is the time in which you must wait between filing one bankruptcy to the next?  The bankruptcy waiting period requires you to wait for eight years in between filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. The Bankruptcy Waiting Period is Based on the Bible The United States bankruptcy code is patterned […]

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  • May 3, 2017

    Speeding Up Your Bankruptcy Process

    When people are overwhelmed with the debt, they many times want to get bankruptcy relief quickly.  It is possible to speed up your bankruptcy proceeding.   If you follow the suggestions below, then your bankruptcy proceeding will be completed at the fastest speed possible. Get Your Required Documents Together Quickly The bankruptcy court requires documents.  […]

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  • March 22, 2017

    Business Debts and Personal Bankruptcy

    Do You Need To File a Business or Personal Bankruptcy? Businesses can be very successful. Other times businesses face severe financial difficulties.  If your business is failing, do you need to file a business or personal bankruptcy? Business Debts Can “Get Personal” With most small businesses, it is very common for the owners to make […]

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  • March 15, 2017

    Wage Garnishment Indiana

    Wage Garnishment – How Much Is Allowable From Your Check? A wage garnishment in Indiana on your paycheck can instantly destroy your budget.    If you receive a lawsuit, your creditor may be able to obtain a judgment against you.  This judgment will allow the creditor to eventually garnish your wages.  How much is allowable from […]

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  • February 8, 2017

    File Your Tax Returns Before Filing Bankruptcy

    Before you consider filing bankruptcy, it may be a good idea to get your tax returns up-to-date. If you have not filed required income tax returns, you will likely be required to file them during your bankruptcy. However, there are advantages to getting your tax refunds filed as early as possible before considering bankruptcy. Tax […]

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  • February 1, 2017

    Reinstating a Driver’s License Through Bankruptcy

    A drivers license can be reinstated by filing for bankruptcy in Indiana (and most other states) in certain situations. If your license has been revoked in Indiana for “financial responsibility” requirements, you may be able to have your license reinstated by filing for bankruptcy.   The bankruptcy filing will take away your “financial responsibility” for the […]

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  • December 14, 2016

    Back Child Support and Bankruptcy

    Finding yourself with large amounts of back child support can be a difficult position.  Many people are desperate for a solution for paying their back child support. Bankruptcy can be a solution for back child support in certain situations. It is important to understand exactly what bankruptcy can and cannot do with back child support. […]

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  • August 10, 2016

    Will Bankruptcy Affect My Employment?

    “Will bankruptcy affect my job?”  We are frequently asked this question at our office.  Will bankruptcy affect your employment?   The answer is usually “No.”  Bankruptcy will NOT usually affect your job in any way – except for rare job-type exceptions. You cannot fire someone because they filed for bankruptcy because it is considered illegal […]

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  • July 27, 2016

    Podcast Episode 1: What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney John Bymaster explains what it means to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Remember that the Podcasts are for informational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice. If you have additional questions, Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney John Bymaster offers free consultations. Don’t hesitate to give Bymaster Bankruptcy Law Offices a call […]

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