There are some things you don’t want to inherit, explains Adam Wiederman in dailyfinance.com, and debt is certainly one of them.&nbs
Interesting. Just six short weeks ago I shared a story about the Kodak Company with my Bankruptcy in Indiana readers. You see, every day i
“Before is always better” is the message inventory specialist Greg Helton brings to his clients when he explains how having an
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.
Wage garnishment, the uscourts.gov website explains, is a “legal proceeding whereby a creditor seeks to claim the wages of a debtor.
The word “secure” has a nice, safe ring to it, don’t you agree? The irony is, when it comes to filing personal ban
Every so often, I find, it helps to go back to the basics. Even readers who are not new to these Bankruptcy in Indiana articles tell
I liked reading the Forbes headline “GM Makes Rare Round Trip: Bankruptcy and Back to the S&P 500”. I liked it a lot, and
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Believe me, although the majority of clients of my Indiana bankruptcy law practice happen to be women, the world in which I operate is a f