• February 22, 2023

    Can Someone Else Pay for My Bankruptcy?

    Can A Friend or Relative Pay for My Bankruptcy? Filing for bankruptcy can be difficult, and the financial implications of filing can be daunting. If you are considering bankruptcy, you may wonder if someone else can pay for it.  Money is usually tight in bankruptcy situations.  Also, speed can be very important in stopping foreclosure […]

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  • February 8, 2023

    Loan Co-signers vs. Guarantors

    Loan Co-signers vs. Guarantors: What are the Roles and What Happens in Bankruptcy Are you a loan guarantor or co-signer worried about what happens in bankruptcy? It is essential for family and friends to understand their obligations when someone files for bankruptcy protection. Guarantors are only financially responsible when the debtor fails to pay. In […]

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  • January 25, 2023

    Can You Go to Jail for Debt?

    Asking a Bankruptcy Attorney – Can You Go to Jail for Debt? It’s a common misconception that you can be arrested and sent to jail simply for owing debts. Being sent to jail for debt is a popular myth. It’s illegal in the United States for debt collectors to threaten arrest to collect payment. That […]

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  • January 11, 2023

    What Happens to Subscription Services in Bankruptcy?

    Subscription Services in Bankruptcy When filing for bankruptcy, it is essential to understand how it will affect your subscription services, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Ipsy, Birchbox, and HelloFresh. Subscription services have become increasingly popular. After a single click, you can subscribe to various services without giving them much thought. Adding these services may […]

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  • December 28, 2022

    Surviving Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    How to Survive Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a complicated process, but it can be a lifesaver if you are in financial distress. It allows you to repay your debts while still keeping your assets. But surviving Chapter 13 bankruptcy requires some commitment, dedication, and planning. Here are five tips to […]

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  • December 14, 2022

    Bankruptcy and Identity Theft

    Bankruptcy and Identity Theft: What You Need to Know It’s a scary thought.   Someone out there has your personal information.  They are using it to open new accounts, run up debt, and ruin your credit rating.  Bankruptcy is a powerful tool for recovering from identity theft.  Bankruptcy can completely clean your credit.  Bankruptcy can also […]

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  • November 30, 2022

    Indianapolis Gambling Debt Lawyer

    Indianapolis Gambling Debt Lawyer  – Indiana We are Indianapolis Gambling Debt Lawyers serving all of Indiana.  Gambling can be a fun and exciting way to spend free time.  We understand that at Bymaster Bankruptcy Law Offices gambling can sometimes also quickly lead to financial problems. If you find yourself in debt because of gambling, you […]

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  • November 16, 2022

    My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    Filing bankruptcy can be intimidating.  I have had clients tell me that they were afraid to take the appropriate steps to get their bankruptcy case started.  Recently, a client asked if she could write a blog about her bankruptcy experience.   The blog below is a guest blog from a real client who filed Chapter 7 […]

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  • November 2, 2022

    Importance of Digital Bankruptcy

    Importance of Digital Bankruptcy in the Post-COVID World Digital bankruptcy is becoming more common in the post-Covid world. Bankruptcy has always been a more “in-person” process.   The bankruptcy started with an in-person consultation with an attorney.  Meetings would take place to turn over documents and sign papers.  Even the bankruptcy meeting was in person at […]

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  • October 19, 2022

    Indiana Foreclosure Timeline

    Indiana has a foreclosure timeline that is followed in almost all foreclosure cases.  Understanding this timeline can help you plan your foreclosure defense.  It can also help you understand how much time you still have to either come back up to date, attempt to sell your house or make plans to eventually move out.   It […]

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