Indiana

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-28, announced on May 21, extends the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures for residential real estate or property, whether rental or otherwise,...
Past-due child support is the only reason the Internal Revenue Service can offset the economic impact payments that Congress approved in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. In...
Labor Department data show Florida lags all other states, with about 74%, of initial claims filed through the week ending April 25 not yet advanced to the insured unemployed caseload. Kentucky also...
Pro bono and legal aid efforts are not immune to the adjustments needed to serve clients amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Jeff Heck, Indiana Legal Services' (ILS) pro bono project director, said ILS has...
Fast action by consumer advocates and the Indiana Supreme Court means creditors haven't been able to seize the federal stimulus checks meant to help Hoosiers survive the COVID-19 crisis. In the...
In light of the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Indianapolis Bar Foundation earlier this month implemented a new fund called the Crisis Empowerment Grant Program. The fund’s goal is to put...
Indiana Legal Services will be receiving a booster shot of just over $1 million as part of the additional $50 million in funding Congress allotted to legal aid providers across the country during the...
Indiana’s temporary halt on evictions and foreclosures remains in place until at least early May, but the order has not protected people living in transitional housing like extended stay hotels...
A lawsuit seeking to protect CARES Act payments from creditors filed by Indiana Legal Services, Prosperity Indiana, Neighborhood Christian Legal Services and the Indiana Institute for Working...
Indiana Legal Services Executive Director Jon Laramore has filed a petition asking the Indiana Supreme Court for emergency rules to protect CARES Act money from garnishment and the state’s court-...

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