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Hello, my friend had used your company before to help him out, he had nothing but good things to say. So here is my situation, I have about 35 k debt, and have been unemployed for over 14 months now and not many prospects for employment. I have been applying for anything and everything. I do not have much EI left and have used up the insurance on my CC and loans, the banks have been helpful but I have used all my money and options. EI will run out soon. If I file for bankruptcy,and say in the next few months find full time work how will this affect the proceedings? Will my bankruptcy be extended from the 9 months to the 21 months?
My husband was sued a few years ago. He has tried to pay the judgement. When the oil crashed he lost his job, vehicle. We have a lien on our house from the judgement now they have garnisheed his wages. Will a consumer proposal or bankruptcy wipe out this debt? Thank you
i was told i wold be discharged from my bankruptsy in febuary this year while at my last financial counsling meeting in december and then i got a call in the beginig of january sayin i have been locked back in for 12 more months due to excess income. i had a meeting and was told it their mistake for not calculating the medical or child care expences in my file. i was then basicly told there was nothing i could do . i need to be discharged so i can move on with my life as i was told i could in december...what do i do?
I am considering a bankruptcy (or perhaps consumer proposal) after an epic 3 year separation battle in the courts has left me in an unsustainable debt situation. But I'm wondering what happens to a current ongoing civil lawsuit. It's not a creaditor though, its my ex's ex-girlfriend suing me for 275k (about our family home which she was at some point the titular owner... anyway its an epic separation - there were 5 lawsuits total, only this one remains). There is 90k paid into court over this (equity from the foreclosure) ... tbd but not likely to be resolved without a trial and that is a year away still... what happens to that beast? Thanks! Just might be needing your services soon! Anne
I am 70 years old. My only income is OAS and CPP. I am partners with my husband in a small business which makes no money. I owe about 70k. My concern is I have a truck loan which my husband has paid since day one as he had good income but bad credit. The truck is 80% paid for. The truck is registered to me. Can my husband pay it off so I can transfer it to his name 4 0r 5 months before I file for bankruptcy? I don't want him to lose the truck. Equity in the truck is about 15k. Thank you.
Dear Sir I am currently living on social services which amounts to about $875.00 a month. I have a debt load of about $75,000.00 and no way to repay so bankruptcy looks to be my only option. So that being said what options do I have as I am looking at living on the street in the near future and have few options as to what I am able to do. Any advise would be appreciated.
Recently ended a lengthy legal battle, and lost. Child related. Have approximately $75k in outstanding legal fees (paid $300k). Still have CRA debt from the relationship $80k, CC about $25k demand letter of $130k Could I do a proposal? I know the demand note and lawyer could be settled for 5% how would that effect CRA?
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