Monthly Archives: April 2014

Beware of Non-Attorney Bankruptcy Petition Preparers

When you’re experiencing money trouble, anything that saves a buck can seem attractive. Can you get a fresh start on the cheap by enlisting the services of a “bankruptcy petition preparer”? As with most things in life, you’ll get what you pay for.

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Taxes: Is a Bigger Refund Better?

April 15th is almost here, and that means tax season is coming to an end. According to CNNMoney, the average federal tax refund so far this year has been $2,831. That sounds like a good thing, right? The problem is,

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Reaffirmation Agreements in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

“Can I keep my car?” It’s a common question when people meet with me for a consultation, and that’s not surprising. Given the limited public transportation options in the Indianapolis area, most people here rely upon their vehicles to get

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