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Recently posted questions and answers:
Hello there, I currently owe CRA about $45,000 and also owe to credit companies about $15,000. I borrowed about $50,000 from friends. If I decided to claim for bankruptcy, what will happen to the debt owing to CRA, credit companies, personal loans from friends? The only thing that I own is a car that is worth less than $5,000 and I currently live with my parent.
What options are avail to me! hired a reputable company to install eavstrough- had to hire a roofing consultant -to prove the installation was done incorrectly causing problems - what can be done to get the problem solved-as the original contractor will not stand behind his job (which he even admits was done wrong)
My x husband has recently filed for bankruptcy and now maintenance enforcement is saying there is not much they can to to collect child support until he is discharged. How do I continue to collect child support? I have read online I can submit a claim as a creditor for his arrears for the last 12 months. How do I do this? Thank you
Hello, I am currently a financial advisor in the bank in Edmonton and I am looking for a job at credit counselling/bankruptcy. I was wondering where can I find information about career opportunities in your company? Yuliya M.
My Husband has lost his job and we are considering bankruptcy, my salary can barely meet living expenses-- will I lose my salary or will I be allowed to provide the basic living expenses for my children.
I have a friend who is currently working out of the country and needs to file for bankruptcy in Alberta. Will he be able to file from where he is working (Cayman Islands)? What will happen to the money that he is earning now? He is still a Canadian Citizen and planning to return to Canada but maybe not for a year or so. Can anyone touch his money in the Cayman Islands? Will he have to return to Alberta to file bankruptcy?
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