Credit bills mounting? Unable to make payment deadlines? Did you know your financial options? Bankruptcy is only one. It’s time to book an appointment with a Licenced Trustee to discuss the best choice for your financial future.
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Frequently Asked Questions – Debt Relief Resources
No. A debtor who files for bankruptcy may not be a director of a corporation and must resign his or her directorship upon filing for bankruptcy. Also, any shares in the corporation, owned by the director who has filed for bankruptcy, must be turned over to the Trustee...
The cosigner of the debt would remain legally responsible to pay the debt upon the bankruptcy of the principle borrower on the loan or credit card.
Yes, personal income tax owing up to the date of bankruptcy is a debt which is included in a bankruptcy and is extinguished upon the discharge of the debtor.
Debts that are not discharged by bankruptcy include but are not limited to the following: Child support/ alimony payments Fines or penalties imposed by the Court Debts obtained by fraudulent means Debts obtained by fraudulent misrepresentations Student loans where the...
Provided that a bankrupt has complied with all duties as required by the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and there are no objections filed by a creditor, the Trustee or the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, the following timelines would apply: For a first time...
Bankruptcy is a formal proceeding which must be filed through a Licenced Trustee and is available to an honest but unfortunate debtor who owes a minimum of 1,000 dollars and is unable to pay to his or her debts as they become due. Most legal actions such as garnishee...