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Can You Convert Chapter 13 to Chapter 7?

Can You Convert Chapter 13 to Chapter 7?

No matter who you are, bankruptcy can be an incredibly stressful process—but it doesn’t have to be. We understand what it’s like to be drowning in your finances and are here to help. One question we get a lot from many of our clients when they are filing for bankruptcy or have already filed is, “Can … Read More

Should I Max Out My Credit Cards Before Filing for Bankruptcy?

Should I Max Out My Credit Cards Before Filing for Bankruptcy?

Debtors who run their credit card balances up before they file for bankruptcy could suffer consequences. Primarily, it could result in your debt becoming ineligible for discharge, which is often the whole point of filing for bankruptcy. So in many cases, running your credit card debt up is not worth it.  To fully understand how … Read More

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What Debt Collectors Can and Cannot Do in Indiana

Have you ever been incessantly contacted by a debt collection agency trying to get money from you? Many individuals experience unwanted contact from debt collectors and are unsure how to approach the situation. That’s why we’re here to help. It can be difficult to understand just what exactly these agencies are legally allowed to do, … Read More

Can I Discharge a Private Student Loan in Bankruptcy?

Can I Discharge a Private Student Loan in Bankruptcy?

The majority of people in Indiana who have thought about declaring bankruptcy likely already know how challenging it is to get student loans erased. Although it is not impossible, debtors normally need to pass the Brunner test, which establishes that repaying the student loans will put them in an unreasonably difficult position. Unfortunately, it is … Read More

What Is a Personal Guarantee in Bankruptcy?

What Is a Personal Guarantee in Bankruptcy?

A common question we receive from those considering bankruptcy is how it impacts personal guarantees. Some situations in which someone may sign a personal guarantee before filing bankruptcy include assisting a friend or family member in receiving a loan, and a business owner may sign a personal guarantee in order to secure funds for their … Read More

What You Need to Know if You Are Retired and Filing for Bankruptcy

What You Need to Know if You Are Retired and Filing for Bankruptcy

Retirement is meant to be a time when you can finally relax and do the things you want without having to worry about earning an income and paying your bills. Unfortunately, with the cost of living and other expenses skyrocketing today, more and more retirees are finding it difficult to get by on their social … Read More

Can I Pay Off My Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan Early

Can I Pay Off My Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan Early

Most people enter into bankruptcy because they are experiencing financial hardship. However, though a person can be struggling at the time they file, this does not mean it isn’t possible for their financial situation to greatly improve while they are still paying off their Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan.  If you do find yourself having more … Read More

What Happens to Investment Real Estate in Bankruptcy?

What Happens to Investment Real Estate in Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy is an important step for many individuals looking to overcome debts. Many people considering this option wonder what will happen to their investment real estate if they file. Your investment real estate’s outcome depends entirely on whether you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Investment Real Estate in Chapter 7 … Read More

How Much Debt Do I Have to File Bankruptcy?

How Much Debt is Needed to File for Bankruptcy?

When facing bankruptcy, many wonder how much debt is needed to file bankruptcy. There is no minimum amount of debt you need in order to file for bankruptcy, but there are other critical factors you need to take into consideration before filing under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. In this blog, we discuss details regarding … Read More

What Is a Section 341 Meeting and How Do I Prepare?

What Is a Section 341 Meeting and How Do I Prepare?

Shortly after you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will receive a notice for your section 341 meeting of creditors. It’s an essential part of the bankruptcy process that usually takes place at the Federal courthouse, but currently is done over the phone or via a Zoom chat due to the pandemic. … Read More

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