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This service is not intended for indivduals who are already in bankruptcy or who have filed a proposal. Note that if you are in bankruptcy you should contact your Licensed Insolvency Trustee. If you cannot resolve matters with your Trustee, you might want to contact the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy who are the federal regulators responsible for licencing all Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Canada.
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Recently posted questions and answers:
Hello, I was wondering if you people were to do a consumer proposal for me to my creditors, do I pay them monthly through you people ? Or if I sell my assests and have a lump sum do I give you people the money to pay on my behalf? Thank You
My husband was told because we have too much equity in our house he was not eligible to apply for consumer proposal. My question is because my name is not on the mortgage am I eligible to apply for it on my own?
Hi, I had to quit my job while I was pregnant because I was unable to keep up with my shifts and were not making enough money to pay bills. Now I owe $7000 on my visa from borrowing for family and dental needs. I am now a mother and am leading a car but am two months until my EI runs out and will no longer have money coming in to pay for my car either. What should I do ? The only money I have no goes to my baby.
I'm just wondering if there's a way to claim bankruptcy for just a credit card..all my credit for other things are great but the credit card not so much and it's effecting me big time just wondering what my options would be because I don't wanna lose everything I have
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