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How Does Indiana’s Bankruptcy Exemption Work?

When you file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Indiana the law provides for bankruptcy exemptions for real and personal property that you can keep. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a liquidation. This means that the court is looking for non-exempt stuff that you own that they could sell to make some money to pay … Read More

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How Do I Stop The Sheriff From Selling My Home In Indiana?

When your house is being sold at a sheriff’s sale, you’re at a critical time where you stand to lose your home forever. Here’s what many people don’t realize: Up until a certain point, you can stop a sheriff’s sale from happening and keep your home. The key is to act as quickly as possible. … Read More

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Will Someone Search My Home During Bankruptcy?

When you file for bankruptcy, one of the first steps is listing your assets and sharing the details of your property and finances. This sometimes makes people feel a bit uncomfortable. They wonder how much access the bankruptcy trustee will have to their home, property and other private spaces. Let’s take a closer look at … Read More

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Can Filing for Chapter 13 Change My Mortgage?

Are you behind on house payments? Facing foreclosure? Wondering what will happen to your family’s home? You’re facing a very difficult situation, and you may be curious about how bankruptcy might be able to help. While bankruptcy isn’t a cure-all, it can improve your overall financial picture significantly, especially if you are falling behind on … Read More

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[Video] Do I Really Need to File for Bankruptcy?

  Are you wondering if bankruptcy could be a good idea for you? Maybe you’re curious about whether it will be worth it and whether it will really improve your financial outlook. These are common concerns. Sometimes people hesitate before filing because they’re not sure about how a bankruptcy filing can help them. Doing nothing … Read More

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[Video] Do I Have to Repay All My Debts If I File For Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

  Each year, about 30 to 38 percent of all bankruptcy filings are for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 provides welcome relief to people who are overwhelmed with debt and need help satisfying their creditors. If you’re in this situation, you’re probably wondering whether you’ll have to repay all your debts. It’s time to contact … Read More

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[Video] Can Bankruptcy Bring Debt Relief If My Car Payments Are Behind?

 When you can’t afford to make your car payment and get months behind, it’s a tough situation. The car financing company may threaten to repossess your car or send a collection agency after you. You might wonder if you’ll wake up one day and find your car missing from the driveway. Don’t panic. You … Read More

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Can Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Help With An IRS Tax Levy?

 You’re facing one of the most feared situations any taxpayer can face: a tax levy. The IRS has far-reaching powers to enforce a tax levy, including seizing your assets and property. If you receive notification of a tax levy, delaying your response can add to the penalties you owe and may cause the IRS … Read More

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How Does Bankruptcy Help with Vehicle Repossessions?

 Will I Ever Get My Car Back If It’s Repossessed? Has your vehicle been repossessed? Before you panic, take a deep breath – and know your rights. The United States is currently experiencing the highest rate of automobile loan defaults this century – and that includes the rate of defaults during the recent financial … Read More

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