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Signs you may be headed for bankruptcy in Nova Scotia

You may already know you are in financial distress. If you are unsure how critical your personal financial situation is, ask yourself these questions:

  • Are your creditors constantly contacting you for payment of overdue bills?

  • Are you always only making the minimum payment on your credit cards?

  • Do you take cash advances from your credit cards or borrow money from family or friends to pay regular monthly living expenses?

  • Are your wages being garnished or are your assets being seized?

  • Are bill collectors or collection agencies calling you at work for payment of your bills?

  • Do you constantly pay interest and service charges on all your debts because you can't pay on time?

  • Are you always making arrangements with your creditors to catch up on missed payments?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may have a debt problem or be heading for one. There are many ways to address your debt problems. Our qualified professionals can help.

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