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Recently posted questions and answers:
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
I was wondering what my options might be. If I should do bankruptcy or a proposal. I have a lot of debt... Truck, line of credit etc and a mortgage. I want to keep my house, could I do that in bankruptcy? And if so in a few years if I wanted to sell and buy another could I do so?
Hello there, I just received a letter from CRA that CMHC has informed them that I have an outstanding debt. I had a foreclosure almost five and a half years ago, I have not herd anything since. I contacted CMHC to sent me info. regarding this matter. they are mailing document, basically I owe $24,000. Can I settle this or am I able to do bankruptcy with this government agency? Regards, Alex
My mother will be filing for bankruptcy in the next few weeks and recently came into a windfall of $7,000. What are her options for using this money prior to filing? Is she able to spend money on items in the exemption list up to the amount specified? Can she gift any money? Thanks, Chris
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