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Indiana Increased Bankruptcy Exemptions in 2022. Here's How it Affects You.

Indiana Increased Bankruptcy Exemptions in 2022. Here’s How it Affects You.

Indiana allows debtors to exempt assets when filing for bankruptcy up to a certain monetary amount, and that amount recently increased. When filing, you are allowed to exempt a portion of your home’s equity, tangible personal property, and intangible personal property. In this blog, we’ll share the details regarding this exemption increase, the different exemption … Read More

Who Can Declare Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Who Can Declare Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

If you’re struggling with overwhelming debts, Chapter 7 bankruptcy could be your best option. Chapter 7 is the most common form of bankruptcy for individuals and families, and it allows you to discharge many of your unsecured debts within only a few months. Before turning to this option, you need to know who can declare … Read More

What Happens to My Personal Loan After Bankruptcy?

What Happens to My Personal Loan After Bankruptcy?

When filing for bankruptcy, you can discharge certain types of personal loans, meaning that you’re no longer legally responsible for paying off the debt.  A variety of factors determine whether or not you’ll be able to discharge all of certain personal loans, including whether the loan is secured or unsecured and whether you file via … Read More

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