Bankruptcy in Indiana is About Companies and the People Hired to Work for Them

June 30, 2013 5:05 pm Published by

 News about companies and about the people being hired to work for them is news I try to share with my Bankruptcy in Indiana readers.  That’s because, as a debt consolidation lawyer offering Indiana bankruptcy services, I’m keenly aware of the strong link between income and bankruptcy.

Those who filed bankruptcy Chapter 7 need income to pay bills and start a savings “cushion”.  Those who file using Chapter 13 bankruptcy law need income to keep up with their three to five year debt repayment plans. All of them need jobs.

Recent Indiana job-related news items noticed by different lawyers who work in the Zuckerberg bankruptcy law offices include:

  • Alerts from an Indianapolis bankruptcy lawyer:
    a) Bio-Reponse Solutions is moving its waste treatment facility to Danville and plans to create 25 new jobs over the coming three years.
    b)  Cummins is constructing its own new building in downtown Indy, which would create job opportunities in our city.
    c)  SmartFile plans to expland its downtown operations and add up to 30 new jobs.
  • Alert from our Bloomington bankruptcy lawyers:
    NSK Precision American, Inc. is expanding its operation in Franklin, creating up to 46 new jobs.
  • In my efforts to cull Indiana bankruptcy information, I follow The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey is very positive for 2013, explaining that “employers’ hiring expectations are improving.”

    As one of my Columbus bankruptcy lawyer colleagues reports, job prospects for Indiana appear to be best in:

  • Durable and nondurable goods manufacturing
  • Transportation and utilities
  • Information
  • Professional and business services
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Financial activities

“Indiana’s economy is expected to improve gradually, as the automotive manufacturing industry, which is central to the Indiana job market, regenerates and expands,” I was happy to read on


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