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Bankruptcy Questions with Attorney Bymaster

Online Bankruptcy
Can you declare bankruptcy online? The answer is "yes" at least to some extent. You can do most of the ...
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Declare Bankruptcy
Want to declare bankrputcy? You declare bankruptcy to eliminate all of your debts. Before you declare bankruptcy, it is important ...
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Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney John Bymaster discusses Bankruptcy mailers or flyers
Overloaded by Mail Flyers for Bankruptcy Bankruptcy attorney mailers have become increasingly popular in the last couple of years. You ...
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fish tanks concert tickets and bankruptcy
Fishtanks and concert trips – how can these things have anything to do with bankruptcy? The answer actually is they ...
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I hear the same question frequently: why does Chapter 11 bankruptcy cost so much? Chapter 11 bankruptcy always costs much ...
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What actually happens during bankruptcy is the release (or total forgiveness) of your debts. To get this release, you must ...
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What are clear signs that you need to file for bankruptcy? This question can be answered by in a few ...
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Number One Cause of Bankruptcy: Lack of Financial Knowledge
The Number One Cause of Bankruptcy: Lack of Financial Knowledge You can always trace back an immediate cause for bankruptcy ...
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Millionaire Bankruptcy
Millionaires - Why Do They File For Bankruptcy? Millionaires file for bankruptcy due to the simplest reason: numbers.  They are ...
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When is the right time to file bankruptcy?
When Is the Right Time to File Bankruptcy? Timing can mean everything in life. Bankruptcy is no exception. When is ...
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What happens to the debts of someone who has passed away?
What Happens to Someone’s Debts When They Pass Away? When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult for ...
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A wage garnishment on your paycheck can come after receiving a judgment during a lawsuit.   This wage garnishment can damage ...
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If you have only recently moved to Indiana, you can still file bankruptcy within the state of Indiana. You do ...
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Many people fear that a bankruptcy trustee will search their house or apartment during bankruptcy.  Many believe that a cataloging ...
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What happens if you default on your credit cards?
Credit card balances can increase in size easily.  The monthly payments can quickly become impossible to pay.   What happens if ...
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In Indiana, loans are generally capped at a maximum interest rate.  Under new legislation, most loans under $50,000 are only ...
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Sometimes a married couple may not be equally burdened with debts.  Most or all of the marital debts may only ...
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The bankruptcy meeting, sometimes called "the meeting of creditors" is an administrative hearing that requires the respect and timeliness of ...
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Getting married can be one of the greatest blessings in life. However, it can sometimes create a negative effect on ...
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Bankruptcy Internet Advice
With the Internet being so readily available, many turn to the Internet for bankruptcy advice. Be careful.  Bankruptcy advice can ...
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We are frequently ask if a Chapter 7 bankruptcy stops the sheriff sale. The answer to this question is "yes." ...
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Did you know that God supports debt forgiveness? The Bible lays out a formula for the full forgiveness of debts ...
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Your car has been repossessed without notice. How do you get your belongings back? Have you lost the items that ...
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Owning Too much Property
A lien on a home title can become a problem if the creditor attempts to collect or you desire to ...
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What happens to the cosigner in bankruptcy?
Many times our clients as us, "What happens to a cosigner in bankruptcy?"  If more than one person “signs” on ...
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If you have an IRA, 401k, or any other tax-exempt, tax-deferred retirement account, your retirement accounts are almost always 100% ...
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Priority debts are certain debts that take a “higher” priority than other debts during a bankruptcy.  These “priority” debts will ...
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Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney John Bymaster will be by your side during your bankruptcy meeting.
I have frequently been asked, “Will you be coming with me to the Bankruptcy Meeting?”  I have also been asked ...
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Indianapolis Federal Bankruptcy Court
Due to either job requirements or sometimes health restrictions, we are frequently asked whether both spouses are required to attend ...
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I have been sued - what should I do now?
If you have been sued in a collections lawsuit, you need to act quickly.  Collections suits are filed in order ...
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What is the Best Bankruptcy Advice Ever?  The best bankruptcy advice is extremely simple: only take bankruptcy advice from a ...
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What can you do if your bank account is frozen?   A frozen bank account can be a very stressful ...
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What is an adversary complaint in bankruptcy?
Many times our clients ask us, "What is an adversary complaint in bankruptcy?"  An Adversary Case (in a bankruptcy proceeding) ...
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Can your discharge of debt be revoked in bankruptcy?
Many of our clients ask, "Can your discharge of Debt Be Revoked in Bankruptcy?"  If you do not comply with ...
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What Does Automatic Stay mean? The "automatic stay" in bankruptcy can be described like an invisible shield that instantly protects ...
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Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney Explains "Bankruptcy Rejection" Can My Bankruptcy Be Rejected or Turn Down? - Practicing Bankruptcy Law near Indianapolis, ...
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Indianapolis Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney Explains the Role of a Bankruptcy Trustee Who is This Bankruptcy Trustee? Many times I ...
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What Do You Mean? You Included My House and Car in the Bankruptcy?  Our clients frequently request that we do ...
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Many times our clients ask, "Will I lose everything I bought with credit cards when I file for bankruptcy?"  The ...
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The Indiana Sheriff Sale: What Happens to Homes Sold in Indiana Sheriff Sales? At our Central Indiana bankruptcy office, many ...
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John Bymaster and Natalie Bymaster
The 1099 and Bankruptcy - Indiana Questions Indiana bankruptcy attorney, John Bymaster, discusses 1099s and bankruptcy.  This time of year ...
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