Coming Soon

By Dennis Macapobre

Coming Soon

If you are looking at a load of debt and think "there is no way I can pay this back", bankruptcy may be for you. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy may allow you to keep your vehicle, your home, your retirement, and other items you hold dear. The reason is the bankruptcy code provides certain exemptions from your bankruptcy. Generally, you can work with your attorney to keep these items safe from the trustee. If you are considering bankruptcy you will want to stop making payments on the debts you have which are unsecured, i.e., credit cards, medical. If you are behind on your car payment or mortgage, you may be able to keep those items by filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Filing bankruptcy will also stop those harassing creditors from calling you non...

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By Megan Murphy

This is Julie’s Blog.

At our South Bend, Indiana law firm, many of our clients have become long-term friends because we care about our clients and their families. We provide high quality legal representation to clients in the legal practice areas of family law (divorce), personal injury, and bankruptcy. Our South Bend family law firm is committed to providing personalized service. We offer convenient payment terms for family law and personal injury cases are handled on a monetary recovery or no fee basis so contact us to arrange your free initial consultation at (574) 400.3623.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual ...

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Before you consider whether to take your stuff and move out of the marital residence you need to consider several things.First, if there are children in the home, you do not want to move out unless you take the kids with you and that is the more different road to take. You want to make a determination as to who will get the children in the divorce. It is not an automatic that the Mom will be the primary custodian of the children in this day and age. I actually had an opposing counsel to a female judge that the mom should get the children because well. . .”she’s the mom.” Well most female judges in this day and age will disagree with that wholeheartedly. It was a sure bet that statement awarded my client — the fath...

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