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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Banking and Business Law for Indiana on
Q: Who is responsible to cover paying me at least half of a check made out to me and my wife. She cashed it without me sign

It was an insurance refund check from my mortgage that I pay and I just had changed insurance companies. Was to go back into my escrow. She cashed it and it was made out to: James & Debbie McGinnis

We are in a divorce presently.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Indiana on
Q: There are references like "As added by P.L.14-1992, SEC.163." in IC. What does this mean and where can I find the text

Searching old Indiana Code and can't find anything. Example - IC 28-13-10-1 references the above. IC 28-7-1-16(d) and IC 28-13-10-1(b) are similar except the latter states "Unless the articles of incorporation or bylaws provide otherwise...." I need to find which IC controls, if... Read more »

Michael Ray Smith
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Michael Ray Smith
answered on Mar 8, 2022

What does that mean? Once a bill is passesd by the General Assembly, it is called a Public Law and assigned a number. P.L. 14-1992 Sec. 163 refers to Section 163 of Public Law 14 signed by the Governor in 1992, but that's about all you can tell from the number. Public Laws are difficult to... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, Foreclosure and Banking for Indiana on
Q: if I am being sued in Indiana, and did not make a court appearance can that court issue a warrant for contempt of court
David Luther Woodward
David Luther Woodward
answered on Feb 21, 2022

You failed to say which or what kind of court, what kind of notice for court appearance or any details from which an answer can be derived.

Try again.

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1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Bankruptcy and Federal Crimes for Indiana on
Q: Filing for bankruptcy Found out the law firm we went to was bad so we went to cancel. Now being charged way to much.

We went to file for bankruptcy and we were supposed to only pay 100 a month til completion before they filed we've only paid for one month. We found out the company wasn't very good so we tried to cancel. Now they are trying to charge us over 600 dollars something we never ever agreed to.... Read more »

David Luther Woodward
David Luther Woodward
answered on Feb 10, 2022

Their argument will be that they have provided you that value in services. You should go to a new lawyer. Exercise your due diligence before you go--seek referrals from your local or statewide lawyer referral service.

BTW, that amount appears to be subject to discharge when you file....
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Banking, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for Indiana on
Q: Does the owner of a deposit accepting ATM machine own the cash inside as well?

Scenario: I have my own personal deposit-accepting atm machine that only I use, no one else. I make a deposit of $100 into my checking account using a $100 bill. I then physically open the ATM machine and take out that $100 bill that was just inserted (but my checking account balance remains the... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on Oct 27, 2021

If I were you I would have a banking lawyer on retainer, to help you when the going gets really tough.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Banking for Indiana on
Q: How much trouble will 1 get in if they cash payroll check in amount of 570 two times. But has worked enough to pay back
Andrew L. Bennett
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Andrew L. Bennett
answered on May 21, 2020

From your question it appears that the person was only entitled to one pay check, if that is the case it depends on how the person received the 2 pay checks and what role in drafting of the checks. At a minimum there could be a charge for misdemeanor conversion to theft to forgery as a felony.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Banking and Business Law for Indiana on
Q: Offer on home in Indiana. The seller won't sell unless the buyer of my home has a local mortgage lender. Is it legal?

I already have a signed contract from a buyer to purchase my home in Michigan. I can understand them requiring the purchaser of their home to have a local lender or whatever they want because it is their home. It doesn't seem to me like they have the right to infringe on my home sale.

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on Jul 18, 2019

This question does not make sense.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Law, Tax Law and International Law for Indiana on
Q: I am looking to create a company that facilitates peer-to-peer payments with the use of credit and debit cards.

For this I have created an app:

If user is going to send money using the app, they input their credit card, STRIPE charges the credit card and the money goes to my business bank account in the US. When this happens, the app shows a balance in the user’s APP account.

When a user... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on Jun 4, 2019

What you have described is a financial services company that operates exactly like a bank. Translation: Before you spend your money developing your "new" banking business you need to know that you are required to obtain a bank charter or some other official authorization from the state... Read more »

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