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Securities Law Basics, Volume 2

Are you the victim of a fraud? Did your financial advisor, broker, or agent promise returns, but now he won’t call you back, or he keeps telling you he’ll have the money next week? What should you do? First, gather your records. Financial institutions do not keep records forever. In […]

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Indiana Court of Appeals Rules on Post-Dissolution Domestic Relations Decree Concerning Ownership of “529 Accounts”

The Indiana Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion in a post-dissolution divorce case concerning the trial court’s post-dissolution decree that the husband’s pre-petition “529 accounts,” which are tax-advantaged college savings accounts authorized by 26 U.S.C. § 529, be combined with the wife’s separate “529 accounts” into a single, jointly […]

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Securities Law Basics Vol. 1

Did you invest in a “non-traditional” investment? Did you “loan” money to a business? If so, you might have purchased a security. The definition of a “security” includes all of the traditional investment options that most people think of like stocks, bonds, and transferable shares. But, there are two types […]

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Notice of Intent to Relocation Pt. 2

In a previous blog post, Julie Camden of Camden & Meridew, P.C. outlined the initial steps and requirements to move to a new residence when subject to an Indiana custody order, parenting time order, or grandparent visitation order. But what happens when the one side objects to the notice of […]

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New Exception to the Economic Loss Theory

In a recent decision, the Indiana Court of Appeals held that a new exception existed to the general rule of Economic Loss Theory. Magic Circle Corps v Crowe Horwath LLP, 71A03-1607-PL-1520 (Ind. Ct. Ap. Mar. 8, 2017). In Magic, Magic Circle and several of its shareholders filed a complaint against […]

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Relief from Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy

One of the most purposeful and effective tools in bankruptcy is the “automatic stay.”  When a debtor files for bankruptcy, the “automatic stay”, codified in 11 U.S.C. § 362, operates to “stay” any collection or assessment efforts of creditors against the Debtor.  For example, if a debtor was facing a […]

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