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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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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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Tax Differences Between LLCs and Corporations

If you are thinking of forming a new business, an important question to consider is how you want that business to be structured.  In Indiana, there are many types of business entities, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), and corporations.  Most businesses these days are structured […]

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Camden & Meridew, P.C. Wins Family Law Appeal

The Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed a Trial Court decision to award Father sole legal and primary physical custody of a Child.  The complete appellate decision is available here. The lawyers at Camden & Meridew, P.C. are experienced in the areas of tax law, family law, litigation, consumer law, criminal law, and […]

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Landlord Duties in Indiana

The relationship between a landlord and the tenants is a balancing act between the rights and duties of the other. Generally, landlords in Indiana have several duties regarding the leased property, the rights of tenants, and compliance regulations, as well as, any other common law duties. First a landlord must […]

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Circuit Court split over Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy

The rise in cost for higher education has resulted in more than one trillion dollars of student loan debt in this country and continues to grow; it is only second to the mortgage debt. Kevin J. Smith, Defining the Brunner Test’s Three Parts: Time to Set a National Standard for […]

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Exceptions to Discharge in Bankruptcy

One of the benefits of the Bankruptcy Code is that debtors are able to discharge certain debts, and have a fresh start.  A discharged debt means that the debtor is no longer liable for that particular debt.  When a debtor files for bankruptcy under Chapter 7, 11, and 13, certain […]

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