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  • Common Bankruptcy Terms You Should Know If You're Filing
    Common Bankruptcy Terms You Should Know If You're Filing

    You can't really fix a car if you don't know the names or functions of most of the pieces. A cake won't turn out great if you aren't familiar with the ingredients or instructions. The same can be said ...

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  • How Long Will a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case Take?
    How Long Will a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case Take?

    During a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a person is allowed to keep their property and in exchange agrees to pay off a portion of their original debt. An individual’s unsecured debts are reduced and ...

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  • Bankruptcy Law: What if I Don't Own Any Assets?
    Bankruptcy Law: What if I Don't Own Any Assets?

    When you have accumulated an overwhelming amount of debt and see no way to pay it down, filing for bankruptcy can be a path to consider. Typically in a bankruptcy, a part or all of your debts may be ...

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  • How Long Will My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case Take?
    How Long Will My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case Take?

    One of the most frequently asked questions regarding Chapter 7 bankruptcy is how long the process will take from start to finish. For those who are struggling with debt and are constantly being ...

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  • Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC Opens Third Office in Muncie
    Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC Opens Third Office in Muncie

    The legal team at Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC is excited to announce that we recently opened a third office location. In addition to our offices in Indianapolis and Greenwood, our newest office will ...

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  • What are the Advantages of a Joint Bankruptcy?
    What are the Advantages of a Joint Bankruptcy?

    Filing for a joint bankruptcy is particularly important when spouses have joint bank accounts or are co-signers on home loans, auto loans, credit cards and other debt. If you file for bankruptcy on ...

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