Individuals who file bankruptcy may have the feeling everything has ended, but often bankruptcy signals "the beginning of the beginning
Yesterday I answered a blog reader's questions about married people who file bankruptcy. Today I want to deal with several tax-related reade
Bankruptcy Blog Reader’s Question: Does A Married Person Filing Bankruptcy In Indiana Need To Report Both Incomes?
Whenever blog readers pose questions that might be of interest to other readers, I highlight those questions in a blog post. In the la
Just yesterday I blogged about CIT Group and its struggle to avoid corporate bankruptcy. Meanwhile, one of the biggest companies in U.
Perhaps the initials of the country's largest lender to small business, CIT (Commercial Investment Trust), really stand for Creditor in Trou
Just one week ago, in "Bankruptcy Attorney Indiana Jobs Update As Of June", I shared three pieces of bad news about layoffs and pl
In these Indiana bankruptcy blog posts, I like to use news about large companies filing bankruptcy to clarify how the bankruptcy process its
As a bankruptcy attorney in Indiana, I try to keep my clients and my blog readers up to date on any legislation that could affect their fina
In my Indiana bankruptcy blog just one week ago, I talked about the many wealthy people who died in debt, including Michael Jackson. Later t
Back in November of last year, I was blogging about corporate bankruptcies, warning retail gift card holders that they were now unsecured cr