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The economy has been especially rough to individuals in communities throughout Indiana. Gas prices have increased and unemployment rates have risen dramatically. At Golden Law, PC, we are committed to providing dedicated and proven legal assistance to those with financial struggles. We will work with you to decide if bankruptcy is your best option.

If you are struggling with debt in the Goshen County area of Indiana and need to speak with an attorney, we are pleased to offer a free consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. Contact an Goshen bankruptcy lawyer by email or call .


With a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can discharge many forms of consumer debts. Debts that may be discharged include:

  • Credit card debts
  • Medical bills
  • Lease breaks
  • Car repossession balances
  • Mortgage foreclosure balances

No matter what financial concerns you may have, we will walk you through every option available to you. If you decide to file for bankruptcy in Indiana, we will be by your side throughout the entire process.


If you do not qualify for a Chapter 7, our team of Goshen bankruptcy attorneys will assist you with the Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing process. This chapter of bankruptcy allows for individuals to set up a plan to repay their debts over the course of three to five years. After your time period for repaying has ended, your remaining debts will be wiped clean. This allows for you and your family to have breathing room with your finances and stops creditors from harassing you.

Whether you choose Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, we will be with you every step of the way. We stay with our clients after the bankruptcy process has concluded in order to ensure their financial success. Some of our clients have reported back to us that they were able to re-establish credit scores in the 700s not long after their bankruptcy ended.


Call our Indiana law firm at . We serve clients throughout the Fort Wayne area as well.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.