As an Indiana bankruptcy lawyer, one of most important ways I can be of help to clients is in the decision about which type of bankruptcy to
One reader of my Indiana bankruptcy blogs is concerned about his unemployment benefits, asking whether creditors can garnish those benefits.
Filing bankruptcy is the first step in a three-step process, which is something I've been saying for more than twenty years to my bankruptcy
I'm just old enough to remember the 1977 science fiction movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind". In the film, an Indiana
It's more than ironic - three of my four Indiana bankruptcy law offices are in big college towns (Indianapolis, Bloomington, and Anderson),
Indiana Bankruptcy Blog Reader’s Question: Do I Lose My Frequent Flyer Points In Personal Bankruptcy?
One reader of my Indiana bankruptcy blog posed an interesting question, and the answer might be of help to other readers, I thought: How are
Back in April, I quoted a U.S. News and World Report article that advised "Mad about money? Avoid a Fight". I explained that
Mortgage modification has been a topic in some of my recent Indiana bankruptcy blog posts. As part of my bankruptcy services in Indiana, I'm
Yesterday I talked about Anderson car dealers and parts dealers, and how the government's "Cash For Clunkers" program might h
With Anderson, Indiana being one of four cities where I offer bankruptcy services, I'm always on the alert for news about auto manufacturing