Our debt professionals share tips, advice, and information in a series of helpful videos.
Consumer Proposals: An Alternative to Bankruptcy
Deciding what debt relief option is best for you can be overwhelming. Luckily, we’re here to help. Watch Licensed Insolvency Trustee Karl Michael discuss why a consumer proposal may be the right option for your financial situation.
How is My Spouse Affected by My Bankruptcy?
Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Freida Richer, discusses the implications for your spouse or partner when you file bankruptcy in Canada.
Clearing Up the Myths: How Long Does Bankruptcy Last?
Let’s clear up the myths surrounding bankruptcy, like how long the process actually lasts.
What Assets Can I Keep If I File Bankruptcy in Canada?
Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Freida Richer, discusses the types of assets you can keep when you file bankruptcy in Canada. You won’t lose everything!
Discussing your options with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Richard is unable to pay his bills and unsure what to do. He talks to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee to explore the different ways he can deal with his debt.
What to expect if you file for bankruptcy
After talking with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, David and Julie decide that bankruptcy is the most appropriate option to handle their debts. The trustee explains the way their creditors will be paid and what they will need to do during the bankruptcy process.
Submitting a consumer proposal to your creditors
A Licensed Insolvency Trustee explains to Mary and Paul that a consumer proposal might be the way to resolve their financial situation. The trustee tells them how a proposal is different from bankruptcy and what they need to do.
Understanding the bankruptcy discharge
Vincent has decided to file for bankruptcy. His Licensed Insolvency Trustee outlines what debts will be discharged in a bankruptcy and how long the process takes.
Bankruptcy and surplus income payments
Stephanie has discussed filing for bankruptcy with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee. The trustee explains how Stephanie’s income requires her to make payments during her bankruptcy.