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I have debt problems. Is there a point at which I cannot file for bankruptcy? say after being served the papers?



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Grant Thornton Limited

Date:

 

May 02, 2017

Answer:

 

Hello Paul and thank you for your inquiry. If you have been served with papers and an unsecured creditor is proceeding to obtain a judgement to garnish a wage, you can certainly still look a filing a bankruptcy, assuming the debt is a dischargeable debt. If there are papers being served with regard to a foreclosure on your home, that might be a different story. I encourage you to call our office to discuss what options may be available to you to deal with your current situation. You can reach us on our toll free number 310-6060 in Nova Scotia. ~Krista

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