How can bankruptcy let me keep my car and house?
Will bankruptcy stop harassing calls and letters from creditors?
Can bankruptcy give my family peace of mind?
Bankruptcy and Timeshares: Often times, debtors looking to file bankruptcy not only have the usual debts such as credit cards, medical bills and broken leases etc., but they may also be stuck with unwanted timeshare maintenance fees.
Filing with Power of Attorney: Often questions arise as to whether an incapacitated person would need to file bankruptcy.
Who is Filing for Bankruptcy?: If you are considering bankruptcy, you may wonder if you fit the description of the common bankruptcy filer.
Bankruptcy on the Decline: According to a recent Indianapolis Business Journal article, the number of Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings has decreased for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, from the 2010 fiscal year.
Bankruptcy and Income Taxes: Whether their income taxes are dischargeable is depends on several factors. There are five rules to determine if tax debts are dischargeable.
Updates to Filing Fees: Beginning November 1, 2011, filing an Indiana bankruptcy will become more expensive.
Rebuilding Credit After Filing: A common concern of bankruptcy clients is about credit after bankruptcy.
Divorce and Bankruptcy: The two topics seem to go together as many bankruptcies result from expenses related to a divorce and from a debtor losing his/her spouse�s income; alternatively, many divorces are caused by money problems.
Staying out of Debt for the Holidays: Now that the holiday season is here, consumers should take extra precautions to avoid overspending and getting themselves in financial trouble.
Bankruptcy and Student Loans: With rising college costs, it�s not uncommon for debtors to accumulate large student loan debt.
Bankruptcy and Next Year's Taxes: Filing Bankruptcy may allow debtors to get rid of most, if not all, of their debt, but it also offers a major advantage over negotiating with creditors to reduce the amount you owe on your debts.
Home Owner Fees and Bankruptcy: What happens to outstanding home owner fees after bankruptcy.
Tough economic times are impacting people across the country. Here in Indianapolis, it's no different. If you are suffering from harassing phone calls, wage garnishments, repossession of your assets � you are not alone. And you may find bankruptcy may be an option for you.
Finding a qualified bankruptcy attorney can be a daunting task. Choosing the right bankruptcy lawyer to guide you through the bankruptcy process is an important first step. And what better way to start than with a no-risk meeting with a qualified Indianapolis bankruptcy attorney? Learn about the Means Test, bankruptcy process, bankruptcy fees, and which debts can be forgiven. Contact Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney Scott A. Kainrath at Kainrath Law Firm for a free bankruptcy consultation and find out if bankruptcy is right for you.