• May 25, 2020

    Credit Card – Reduced Limit

    Has Your Credit Card Company Reduced Your Credit Limit? Your credit card company has reduced your credit limit.   This quickly puts you in a difficult position.   This credit reduction can damage your credit.  It can also render your credit card useless for further charges. Your Credit Score Has Already Gone Down If your credit card […]

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  • May 18, 2020

    COVID-19 Rent and Mortgage Payments

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, rent and mortgage payments immediately began to go into default.   Job loss and other interruptions pushed default rates to new levels.    These housing defaults will play out in a way that may cause record amounts of bankruptcy within the next year. Rent and Mortgage Payments Will Not Be Forgiven A growing […]

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  • May 12, 2020

    COVID-19 Indianapolis Bankruptcy

    COVID-19 PREDICTED TO CAUSE NEW WAVE OF INDIANAPOLIS BANKRUPTCY COVID-19 is predicted to cause a new wave of Indianapolis bankruptcy cases.  Consumer debt loads were already reaching record highs.   Indianapolis, now facing COVID-19 job interruptions, will likely see large defaults in debt repayment.   A new wave of bankruptcy will likely follow. CONSUMER DEBT RECORDS MEET […]

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  • February 26, 2020

    Debts Sold to Collection Agency

    Debts are frequently sold to a collection agency.  Having your debt held by a collection agency can be a much worse position than just owing to the original creditor.  Understanding how debts are sold to a collection agency can greatly increase your credit-related knowledge. It will also help you understand how debts are collected. Concepts […]

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  • February 19, 2020

    Credit Score Changes Decrease Bankruptcy

    Major changes are coming to how credit scores will be calculated.  These credit score changes will likely make it more difficult for many people to obtain new credit.  This, in turn, will likely decrease the total amount of bankruptcy filings to some degree. People who historically have turned to bankruptcy may have a lower credit […]

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  • February 5, 2020

    Indiana Home Values and Bankruptcy

    Indiana home values are surging even at higher amounts generally than the rest of the nation.  These home values increasing usually do not slow down the volume of Indiana bankruptcies filed.  In fact, sometimes the increase in value can cause more bankruptcy. With Indiana home values on the rise, Hoosiers will also be faced with […]

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  • January 29, 2020

    Lien Removal in Indiana

    Lien removal in Indiana can be a confusing process.   Some liens in Indiana get put on homes through lawsuit judgments.  Other liens can come on a property through tax debt or child support arrears. Liens can be removed from a property in Indiana only through a few methods. Indiana Lien Removal: Paying It Off […]

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  • January 22, 2020

    Will the Bankruptcy Law Change?

    Elizabeth Warren’s Proposals The last major reform to the bankruptcy code was in 2005.   With Elizabeth Warren now in the political limelight, she is calling for radical bankruptcy laws changes.  Will the bankruptcy law change soon? A look into the history of the 2005 law change and Elizabeth Warren’s proposal may shed some light […]

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  • January 16, 2020

    2005 Bankruptcy Reform Act Controversy

    The “Trojan Horse” 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Act is Creating Election Controversy  The 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Act is creating some controversy in the upcoming election.   A renewed feud over the validity of the act between democratic candidates Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden appears to be building.   Was the 2005 law change truly a Trojan […]

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