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1 Aug 2016

Declaring Bankruptcy: Indianapolis, IN

Declaring Bankruptcy: Indianapolis, IN

No! The phone again. You swear no one calls you except bill collectors. In fact, since the divorce, that may actually be true. Also, you feel pitiful having to buy dog food with a credit card.

You walk toward the phone, but you hesitate when the mountain of mail comes into view (although you ignore the mess made by your Yorkshire Terrier, George). Picking up the receiver and slamming it down again, you begin dialing a number you found online.

“It’s time,” you say to yourself, “to consider declaring bankruptcy."

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16 Jun 2016

Looking For A Bankruptcy Attorney in Indianapolis, IN?

Looking For A Bankruptcy Attorney in Indianapolis, IN?
You don’t have to remain under the dark cloud of what an attorney would call insolvency. If you are having trouble paying your debts, you are certainly not alone in the fight. Perez & Perez can ease your burden as your bankruptcy attorney in Indianapolis, IN.
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18 Jan 2016

What Personal Bankruptcy Can and Cannot Do

What Personal Bankruptcy Can and Cannot Do
Personal bankruptcy can be a good option for people with specific needs, but it can only do so much. Sometimes people are under the impression that bankruptcy can provide more help than it truly does. While it can be disheartening, it is good to have a reality check. Here at Perez & Perez we can help prepare our personal bankruptcy clients in Lafayette, IN for getting through the process smoothly. 
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4 Sep 2015

How a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help You

How a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help You
If you’ve decided to declare bankruptcy, finding a bankruptcy lawyer here in Indiana should be your next step. 
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3 Aug 2015

Five Tips For Credit Card Debt Relief

If you feel that your credit card debt has grown too large, you can take steps to reduce it. There are several relief options, but all have the same goal: to help you pay back what you owe in more manageable amounts. At Perez & Perez we can answer your questions about each option.
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