♪ Bymaster Bankrutpcy, makes it easy to file bankruptcy ♪ Filing bankruptcy to stop an eviction can be somewhat trouble some, because most people including some attorneys do not entirely understand the laws around when a bankruptcy will stop an eviction. Now understanding evictions in bankruptcy requires a little bit of discussion about two important events in the eviction process. Number one is the lawsuit or the summons saying that you’re being noticed that your landlord is attending to evict you. Number two is the order of possession that is usually ordered when you go to that hearing and the judged finds that you are in default
and that your landlord will be able to take back the lease premises at a certain date
and time. Now, it’s important to understand these two items because the first one the
lawsuit or summons noticing a hearing for your eviction can be stop by bankruptcy but the second part which is the order of possession cannot usually stopped by bankruptcy unless you do something extra that may or may not be a sound way even in that situation to stop the eviction. Now, when you file your bankruptcy petition it may even be possible to stop order of possession and that’s because of the second page in the bankruptcy petition. There’s a section that has a place for your landlord and his address and the ability to deposit
one months rent with the court of order when you file the bankruptcy, however it would be have to be up to date on all of your behind debts within thirty days after the chase is
filed and this remedy has not been clearly established as being valid in Indiana. In
our office, you can be assured that we understand exactly how eviction and bankruptcy work. And if you face an eviction and you have a lot of other burdensome debt, give our office a call, and we’ll go over all the options. ♪ Bymaster Bankruptcy has everything! ♪