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Recently posted questions and answers:
Hi there I was just wondering if I were to consider persanal bankruptcy would this affect my wife's credit even tho all debts are in my name and would I be able to keep my home and one of my viechle cause we have 4 children and my wife works nights and I work days.and also would I be able to to get my good credit back after the 7 years.
I have debt that has not had a payment made on it now for at least three years. I have paid as much off as I can but it has gotten to the point now where I can no longer make payments. The outstanding debt the most recent a payment was made was 2 years ago the oldest is at least the three years. I have not had an income for just over a year. What are my options. I am thinking that declaring bankruptcy is my only option left. Thank you for your time.
Good Morning I have no choice to file bankruptcy as I am a senior owing 25000 and have a income of 1773 a month before rent and bills etc. Can you tell me about how much it costs for bankruptcy please
I am an unemployed single mother with 3 sons and a lot of debt. I have been refused a consolidation loan years ago when I became separated. As a result I have basically been avoiding collection agencies. I'm not sure which venue is the best for my situation, but I want to clear my debts. I am not even sure how much dept I have, or who I owe it to. Is there an agency or someway I can find out ?
hi to make it short. i owe money,to quebec revenu, last year i gave them 100$ a month but they dont want it anymore what they ask is way over my pensions. they say they will take money from public revenus i have. i live in alberta since april 1st.cna they take money money from my work pension, oas, federal and alberta taxes. thank you
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