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Indiana Sex Offender Registration Misunderstandings

Indiana Sex Offender Registration Misunderstandings

The Indiana Sex Offender Registry was originally enacted in 1994. Despite being nearly a quarter-century old, there is still a great deal of misunderstanding about the registry. Many of these misunderstandings relate to things people think the registry requires. Violating the sex offender registry laws can lead to additional criminal […]

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What You Need to Know to Enforce an Arbitration Agreement

What You Need to Know to Enforce an Arbitration Agreement

Companies routinely include arbitration clauses in consumer contracts. These clauses commit consumers to binding arbitration; they can also include a waiver of a consumer’s right to class action lawsuits and release a company from liability altogether. However, if a company fails to enforce an arbitration agreement, it is worthless. The […]

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Calculating Indiana Child Support

Calculating Indiana Child Support

When a family has been divided by divorce, there are sometimes harsh feelings between the former spouses. When children are involved, those feelings may impact how parents feel about child support. Writing a check to the other parent may feel like paying that parent rather than supporting a child, and […]

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Divorce in Indiana: Valentine’s Day Harmony or Heartache

Divorce in Indiana: Valentine’s Day Harmony or Heartache

The movies, songs, greeting cards, and advertisements this time of year promote marital and relationship harmony, but as a new year has begun and Valentine’s Day approaches, many relationships deteriorate and the divorce rate can rise. Divorce in Indiana is no exception. Are you pondering a change? Divorce is typically […]

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You Received a Securities Division Subpoena? Do Three Things Immediately

You Received a Securities Division Subpoena? Do Three Things Immediately

You may not have known that you have been buying or selling securities, but, if you received a subpoena from the Indiana Securities Division, investigators think it is a security as defined in Indiana Code § 23-19-1-2(28). If they want you to talk to them, you should first talk to someone who speaks their language: an Indiana securities law attorney.

Are Tax Penalties Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

Are Tax Penalties Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

When tax penalties and other debts force you to consider filing for bankruptcy protection in Indiana, it is important to understand the bankruptcy laws so you can proceed in a manner that most effectively and completely relieves your debts. One of the common questions asked of the Indianapolis bankruptcy lawyers […]

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The Consequences of Delinquent Taxes: IRS Passport Revocation

The Consequences of Delinquent Taxes: IRS Passport Revocation

The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act was signed into law in 2015. In 2018, a provision of the law went into effect requiring the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to notify the U.S. Department of State of taxpayers who owe a seriously delinquent tax debt. Taxpayers might not realize that […]

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Tax Scams in Indiana

Tax Scams in Indiana

Camden & Meridew attorney Julie Camden receives calls on a regular basis from taxpayers who have been targeted for tax scams in Indiana. The suspicious contact reported has occurred by mail, email, fax, and telephone, for both individuals and businesses. Even tax professionals have reportedly been targeted. Identifying and Avoiding […]

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