• February 21, 2019

    New Tax Laws Equal Less Tax Refund Money

    Since there are new tax laws, many people will find themselves receiving a smaller tax refund this year. Due to the new tax law change, people will receive an average of a 15% drop in their total tax refund. This may sound confusing because in actuality the total amount of tax that most people must […]

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  • February 19, 2019

    Car Loan Defaults Rising

    Why Are Car Loan Defaults Rising? Car loan defaults are rising and are now higher than ever. The numbers are staggering. They even exceed the peak of car default that occurred before the 2008 financial crisis. What is causing this new rate of default and what can we expect in the future? Bad Car Loans […]

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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


    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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  • January 25, 2017

    Does Chapter 7 Stop a Sheriff Sale or...

    We are frequently ask if a Chapter 7 bankruptcy stops the sheriff sale. The answer to this question is “yes.” Chapter 7 does stop sheriff sales.  However, Chapter 7 only stops the sheriff sale for a limited period of time. Chapter 7 Stop Sheriff Sales But Does Not Fix Your Mortgage Problem The purpose of […]

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  • November 30, 2016

    Can You Remove a Lien from a Home...

    A lien on a home title can become a problem if the creditor attempts to collect or you desire to sell your home.  Beyond paying the entirety of the home lien, there are a few ways that liens can be removed that do not involve full payment.   Bankruptcy can also sometimes assist in the lien-removing […]

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  • October 26, 2016

    How to Avoid Credit Card Debt: Insight from...

    Credit card debt can grow until it becomes nearly impossible to pay the monthly payments.  The monthly payments on credit cards can be devastating to your budget.  Beyond this “monthly” aspect, how can these cards ever be repaid?   Being an Indianapolis bankruptcy attorney, I have seen countless people from the greater Indianapolis area file for […]

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  • October 19, 2016

    Parties Involved When Someone Files for Bankruptcy

    The question comes frequently to our office – who is involved when someone files for bankruptcy?  In reality, less parties are usually involved than most people think.   Let’s discuss who is involved when someone files for bankruptcy. The Debtor The debtor is the primary person (or persons) involved when filing for bankruptcy. The debtor is […]

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  • May 4, 2016

    Best Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney Suggestions For Staying Out...

    As an Indianapolis bankruptcy attorney, I have witnessed multitiudes of people getting deeply into debt.   My best suggestions for staying out of debt are very simple and easy to follow.  Being an Indiana Bankruptcy Attorney for several years, I have seen debt close up and personal.  Although it may take a major overhaul in […]

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