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Matt Conrad
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Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney

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At Conrad Legal, we’re always looking for new ways to make the bankruptcy process as easy as possible for our clients. After many requests, we’re accepting payment via Visa, Mastercard, and Discover debit cards.

Despite talk of a “cashless society,” paper checks and cash won’t disappear anytime soon. But it’s clear that debit cards and other electronic forms of payment are becoming more and more popular. And even though your debit card won’t work unless there’s money in your checking account, I’ve noticed that many people leave the checkbook at home and simply keep a debit card in their wallet to access those funds.
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‪Attending continuing legal education seminars in Chicago this morning‬
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In 2000 or 2001, I made the switch from an analog cell phone to digital. My new phone came with a new feature: texting — officially “Short Message Service” (SMS). Back then texting had already become popular elsewhere in the world, but it wasn’t widely used here in the United States. Still, I found it to be a useful and convenient service. For example, I could send a quick message to my wife like, “Stopping at grocery store on way home tonight. Need anything?” And if she was busy at the moment, she could respond at her convenience.

When I was first licensed to practice law in 2002 here in Indiana, texting still really hadn’t caught on in America, so texting one’s lawyer was unheard of. We primarily relied upon email, faxing, and old-fashioned paper letters to communicate with our clients.
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We're celebrating our 3rd birthday today! Conrad Legal opened its doors on Monday, June 3rd, 2013. #Indianapolis   #bankruptcy  
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Got a doubleheader coming up in July. On July 12, 2016, I'll be giving a lecture about an overview of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), with a follow-up presentation on exactly who and what are covered by the FDCPA. These will be part of the National Business Institute's "FDCPA Compliance for the Indiana Practitioner" seminar at the Capital Conference Center in downtown Indianapolis.

Lawyers and bankers can receive continuing education credits for attending.
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Fellow #bankruptcy lawyers: I took CINgroup up on their offer to switch from the soon-to-be discontinued EZ-Filing software to Best Case at no charge.

I made the transition about two weeks ago, and while Best Case has a few quirks, on the whole I think it's a much better program than EZF. I'd be interested in hearing thoughts from anyone else who's switched from EZF to BC.
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Agreed. I'm not a fan of taking on debt, but if you're going to do it, a payday loan is much worse than even a credit card cash advance.
Comparing credit card interest to payday loan interest is like comparing apples to watermelons.

~ www.hoyes.com
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On November 9, 2015, I'll be speaking about "The Impact of Bankruptcy on Collections" for the National Business Institute at their "Collection Law from Start to Finish" seminar in Indianapolis. Continuing education credit is available for attorneys and bankers.
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