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Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Modification Lawyer

Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Modification Lawyer

Many people struggle with asking for help from a mortgage modification lawyer when they truly need it. And when it comes to needing financial help, that task is even more difficult. There is a negative stigma associated with financial assistance that makes many people feel embarrassed or ashamed. Some may feel that others will judge … Read More

How to Survive the Holidays During Bankruptcy

How to Survive the Holidays During Bankruptcy

The holidays are here once again. And although this is a season of joy, it’s also a time of overwhelming financial stress. If you’re struggling with crippling debt this holiday season, filing for bankruptcy may be your best option for getting your finances back on track.   Fortunately, filing for bankruptcy offers debt relief to help … Read More

Does Bankruptcy Clear Lawsuit Debt?

Does Bankruptcy Clear Lawsuit Debt?

Both being sued by a creditor and bankruptcy can feel like scary situations, but rest assured, filing for bankruptcy can help. Once bankruptcy is filed, whether it’s under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, an automatic stay prevents debt collectors from taking further legal action. Does bankruptcy clear lawsuit debt? Read on to answer this question … Read More

Will a Bankruptcy Trustee Contact My Employer?

Will a Bankruptcy Trustee Contact My Employer?

Bankruptcy is sometimes the best solution for those struggling with overwhelming debt. But tragically, many people decide not to file because they feel ashamed about their financial situations. They fear that other people will find out about their bankruptcy and view them as financially irresponsible.  There’s nothing wrong with filing for bankruptcy, but worrying about … Read More

Will Bankruptcy Affect My Spouse?

Will Bankruptcy Affect My Spouse?

If you’re concerned about the potential impact of bankruptcy on your spouse, you’re not alone. This is one of the top questions married people have about filing for bankruptcy in Indiana. First, you should know that choosing bankruptcy is a smart, proactive way of lifting the burden of overwhelming debt. Here in the Hoosier state, … Read More

Types of Property Subject to Seizure in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Types of Property Subject to Seizure in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides numerous Indiana residents with debt relief. But the filing process also involves the liquidation of particular kinds of personal property.  Fortunately, the vast majority of Chapter 7 filers are able to retain all of their property while also discharging their debts. That being said, some forms of personal property can … Read More

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Job and Future Credit? 

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Job and Future Credit? 

The stress leading up to a declaration of bankruptcy can be intense. You worry about creditors and wonder if you will be able to stay in your home and keep your car. You may also worry that your bankruptcy will become public knowledge and affect other aspects of your life. Will your boss and co-workers … Read More

What If My Income Increases During Chapter 13?

What If My Income Increases During Chapter 13?

Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be both challenging and stressful. Although filing can help you eventually become debt free, the process itself can be confusing.  One common question that filers have regarding the Chapter 13 process involves income increases and whether they affect payment plans. An increase in income will likely impact your Chapter … Read More

Consumer Debt vs. Non Consumer Debt

Consumer Debt vs. Non Consumer Debt

When filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it’s critical to understand the difference between consumer debt and non-consumer debt. Your consumer and non-consumer debts impact your ability to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and your debt types also determine what’s protected by an automatic stay when filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  If you’re considering filing Chapter … Read More

Will I Lose Everything If I File for Bankruptcy?

Will I Lose Everything If I File for Bankruptcy?

Many people hold misconceptions about filing for bankruptcy. Perhaps the most common misconception is the notion that filing for bankruptcy means that you lose all of your wealth and possessions. This, of course, is entirely incorrect. When filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you’ll qualify for exemptions that allow you to keep some … Read More

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