Questions for Personal Bankruptcy in Alberta (Canada) only.
This service is not intended for indivduals who are already in bankruptcy or who have filed a proposal. Note that if you are in bankruptcy you should contact your Licensed Insolvency Trustee. If you cannot resolve matters with your trustee, you might want to contact the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy who are the federal regulators responsible for licencing in Canada.
For Alberta Bankruptcy help, call toll free from anywhere in Alberta: 310-8888.
We're here 7am to 9pm weekdays. 9am to 6pm Sat and Sun.
Recently posted questions and answers:
Hello, My husband and I have split up and prior to splitting we were having a ton of financial issues and he had a meeting with a trustee and was told to stop paying everything and once the collection agencies start calling then file for bankruptcy. We stopped paying on cards and LOC's and have split up. The collections agencies are calling and have been for some time now. I have a lot more in debt than my ex, problem is we own a house that is currently being rented by one of the oil companies here in town and can't sell it. There's 1 yr left on the lease. I need to get the collection agencies off my back, and before they start calling my employer or garnishing. If I file and my ex doesn't how does this affect the house that we are both on title and is rented out right now? Thank you!
CRA has recently sent me my assessment and I now owe them money!! I didnt think that could happen. Im not sure if I can afford to pay it (its $100,000). Could I also do somethign about my credit card debt at the same time??
My question is that what happens to employees who through no fault of theirs a company they are working for goes bankrupt and contract is terminated by the contractor and a new company takes over.?I am a security guard with a company that has lost a contract and a new one has taken over. We were sent home by the camp management without the new company offering us any job opportunity.We were not advised by the company we were working for either.
A Company I used to work for filed for bankruptcy and I was supposed to bring the company to small claims court for unpaid overtimes. I have heard that they are protected under Bankruptcy and that the moment they filed for bankruptcy that are not obligated to pay for unpaid overtimes
I filed for bankruptcy in 2002. I decided not to go through with it because I did 1 in 1997. I did pay the open file cost but never made the other payments. There is a judgement against me with the superintend of bankruptcy. How can I take this off my Equifax file? is it possible to void or cancel this 2002 bankruptcy? Thank you for your time. John Wilson
hi there, I am living in AB and my mother is in NB. she is ill and is being put into a care home. she has a credit card debt and is being told, by the gov't, that I (her child) am responsible to pay off the debt before they'll allow her to move into the home as, once she goes into care, her pension will go to the home. I have nothing to do with this credit card and have never signed anything with this card company. am I legally responsible for this debt? thanks very much frustrated in AB
— Page 7 of 14 —
© 2011 Grant Thornton Alger Inc. All rights reserved
Make an appointment