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How Often Can I File for Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy a first time is challenging enough, let alone trying to file a second time. However, for some, debts are often so unmanageable and add up over time that two consecutive bankruptcy filings might be necessary. It’s important to note, however, that using multiple bankruptcies to evade creditors without the intent to follow … Read More

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Bankruptcy and Your Job

One issue that you may worry about when filing for bankruptcy is whether or not it will affect your employment. In the midst of a stressful financial time when you are having to accept the idea that your finances are changing, it is normal to believe that there is a stigma attached to bankruptcy. Be … Read More

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Inheritance and Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a dark time during one’s life, and the passing of a loved one can make it even darker. If your loved one left you an inheritance, you may feel immense gratitude amid your grief — a light in your dark world. Unfortunately, there are rules to follow when it comes to inheritance and … Read More

Getting Approved for a Loan After Bankruptcy

Many people assume that because they have filed bankruptcy, their credit is ruined, and they will not be able to qualify for any loans. This is not true. There are a number of steps you can take to improve your credit score and to make it likely that you can be approved for a loan. … Read More

How Is Household Size Determined in Bankruptcy?

Determining household size is an important measurement when facing bankruptcy. In fact, correctly determining household size can determine your eligibility for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. For some households, determining household size is simple. But for families that include relatives, extended family, or children living some or all of the time within a household, determining size can … Read More

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Filing Bankruptcy Without Your Spouse: What Happens to Debts & Property?

If you’re married and considering bankruptcy in Indiana, you’re probably wondering whether you can file alone and how this could impact your spouse. This is one of the most common questions for bankruptcy attorneys. Yes, you can file bankruptcy without your spouse. But there are some important things you should know because bankruptcy can affect … Read More

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How Long Does a Bankruptcy Stay on Your Credit Report?

If you are thinking of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or if you have already filed, you may be concerned about how long the bankruptcy will stay on your credit report. There is a simple answer to this: It will stay on for ten years if you filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy and … Read More

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What You Need to Know About Medical Bankruptcy

As medical costs continue to soar in the U.S., up to 62% of bankruptcies now include significant medical debt. A health event like an accident, disease, or surgery can bury someone in a mountain of medical bills. Many people are turning to medical bankruptcy, which is a bankruptcy that wipes out all bills related to … Read More

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Do You Have to Get Debt Counseling Before Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy is a process. As part of that process, the bankruptcy law requires that you get a certificate that evidences you did a pre-filing counseling session with an approved agency. Debt counseling (also called credit counseling) is required before you can declare bankruptcy. There is a pre-filing counseling and pre-discharge counseling. What is … Read More

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Can You Sell Your Home if You File for Bankruptcy in Indiana?

What you will learn from reading this article: Facts about selling your home while going through bankruptcy Details about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcies and your house If you are struggling to pay your mortgage and other bills, the good news is that the CARES Act (Coronavirus Relief and Economic Security) has extended the … Read More

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