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Can You Move Out of State While in Chapter 7?

Bankruptcy filings in the United States are on the rise, with a recent 10% increase. Many people are also struggling to find employment and housing, so they may need to move to another location during bankruptcy. What if you find a job in another state? Can you move out of state while in Chapter 7 … Read More

secured vs unsecured debt

Secured vs Unsecured Debt: Everything You Need to Know

If you’re struggling with financial hardship, filing for bankruptcy can be an effective way to get back on your feet. But filing for bankruptcy in Indiana doesn’t mean every outstanding debt you’ve ever incurred gets wiped away. Declaring bankruptcy will discharge most types of debt but not others. Before you declare bankruptcy, it’s crucial to understand … Read More

medical bankruptcy

What Should You Know About Medical Debts & Bankruptcy?

Rising healthcare costs are continually leaving thousands of Americans drowning in medical debt. In fact, medical debt is one of the most common types of debt reported on consumer credit reports.  According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, consumer credit reports show $88 billion in medical debt as of June 2021. However, it is expected … Read More

timeshare bankruptcies

Can You Get Rid of a Timeshare if You File for Bankruptcy?

Timeshares can be an enjoyable investment for you and your family. But they can be a significant financial burden as well. If you’ve landed in a fiscal jam, you may wonder if you can file bankruptcy on a timeshare. Declaring bankruptcy will discharge most of your debt, including your timeshare ownership Here is all the … Read More

debt collection laws

What Can I Keep if I File For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy can provide you with a much-needed second chance when it comes to your finances. If you are a victim of debt collector harassment, it’s important to know the debt collection laws, and consider your options for debt relief. However, the process of going through Chapter 7 can be complicated and stressful to … Read More

bankruptcy to stop foreclosure

Can You Use a Bankruptcy to Stop a Foreclosure?

People file for bankruptcy for any number of reasons, from job loss to unpaid medical bills to an unaffordable mortgage. If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, you’re not alone; roughly 375,000 people filed for bankruptcy in 2022, and home foreclosure filings rose 115% in 2022 over the number of foreclosures in 2021. To many people, … Read More

bankruptcy and divorce

Bankruptcy and Divorce: Should I File Before or After?

Divorce is never easy. The dissolution of a marriage can create intense emotional stress for both separating parties. These challenges can be even more difficult if you’re facing financial hardships.  These financial challenges often worsen with divorce because the income of one household splits between two divorcees. If you depend on your former spouse’s income, … Read More

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