Just one week ago, I answered a blog reader's question about his chances of getting hired after filing bankruptcy. I explained that it
Bankruptcy Blog Reader’s Question: To What Degree Do Freedoms Get Taken Away While You’re In Bankruptcy?
One of the readers of my bankruptcy blog posts is concerned that his everyday rights and freedoms might be limited if he files bankruptcy. I
Every so often, a blog reader will ask a question that I think might be of interest to many readers, and when that happens, I base a blog po
As part of providing bankruptcy services in Indiana, I try to keep my clients and blog readers up to date on financially-related news.
Financial relationships between parents and children is a familiar theme around my Indiana bankruptcy law offices. On the one hand, I see an
"We're starting to see a few encouraging signs," says Indiana Workforce Development Commissioner Teresa Voors, reporting that Indi
At my four bankruptcy law office around the state of Indiana, the newest service we offer our clients is help negotiating mortgage modificat
The Obama administration’s plan for modifying mortgages offers cash incentives to mortgage servicing companies in exchange for helping
Indiana Bankruptcy Information: Unpaid Victim Compensation Can Be Factor In Slide Towards Bankruptcy
When it comes to myth-busting, one pervasive bankruptcy myth that really needs busting is that bankruptcy is for deadbeats who squander mone
I’m always talking to my Indiana small business bankruptcy clients about large companies that filed bankruptcy. I remind my clients th