Author Archives: Rowdy Williams
Asset Exemption Increases for Indiana Bankruptcy Filings
There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to filing for bankruptcy. For example, our clients commonly ask us, “If I file for bankruptcy, what property or assets am I allowed to keep?“. Of course, keeping your personal property, especially your primary home, after bankruptcy is an understandable concern. So important to be… Read More »
Do Unmarried Fathers Have Parental Rights in Indiana?
Having a baby can be a thrilling new adventure even when you are an unmarried father and things didn’t work out the way you expected with your partner. Wondering whether unmarried fathers have parental rights is a common concern among men who have children and are unmarried to their children’s partners. Our clients ask… Read More »
How To Defend Yourself Against False Accusations of Domestic Violence
You should always take domestic violence seriously and, most often, take the victim’s side. But unfortunately, there have been cases in which someone has been falsely accused of domestic violence. Being falsely accused is also a serious offense, and it is crucial that you know your rights and how to defend yourself if you… Read More »
How a DUI in Indiana Can Affect Your Life
People may not believe that driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), drugs (recreational or prescription), or both (DWI) is a severe crime. However, a DUI or DWI in Indiana is, in fact, a criminal offense, and there are significate consequences that will affect your life. Under Indiana law, you can be charged with… Read More »
What is the difference between a burglary and robbery in Indiana?
When someone uses the words burglary and robbery, that person may think, or you may even believe that they mean the same thing. However, although these two words are closely related, they are actually different crimes. So, what is the difference between a burglary and a robbery? Our Indiana criminal law attorneys are breaking… Read More »
Can I get my criminal record sealed or expunged in Indiana?
There can be serious punishments for anyone who commits a crime in Indiana. A person convicted of a crime can end up spending time in jail, paying huge fines, being placed on probation, and maybe also required to do community service. Once you have done your time, that doesn’t mean the consequences of your… Read More »
How to Rebuild Your Credit After Bankruptcy in Indiana
One of the benefits of filing for bankruptcy is that you can have a fresh start from debt, and you can get your life back and under control. The path to rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy in Indiana may seem like a long road. But by staying focused and taking small steps each month,… Read More »
How to successfully co-parent in Indiana in 2022
It is most important that when parents divorce, both parents have an active role in their children’s lives. For the ex-spouses, it is now about making important shared decisions about their children. Parents must learn how to successfully co-parent in Indiana together so that both parents can have a close relationship with their children…. Read More »
How Assets are Divided in Indiana
When starting the process of a divorce one of the first questions that you may have is how assets are divided between couples in Indiana. Indiana is an equitable property division state. This means that the court will divide assets in the state of Indiana in the way it seems most fair. The court… Read More »
Is Filing for Bankruptcy Common?
The short answer is yes, bankruptcy has become increasingly more common in the last 20 years. Previously there has been a huge stigma with filing for bankruptcy. However, in recent years households have chosen to file for bankruptcy in order to gain their life back and get a fresh start. The sigma has lessened… Read More »