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Recently posted questions and answers:
I filed for bankruptcy in 2002 and discharged in 2003 and have since rebuilt my credit score to 736. However, today we went to apply for a mortgage and the bank asked if either of us have ever declared bankruptcy. Is this still on my credit report and do I have to disclose it after this long? I am worried this will cost us the mortgage.
If you owe a court ordered spousal support monthly payment, does that payment come off your income before you calculate your surplus income? Gross or net income? If you filed bankruptcy on march 31, 2014, how long till you would be on file at the OSB.
I live with my boyfriend and all my debts were are mine except we have a joint visa will his income have to become a part of this and with that joint visa I don't want him to suffer because of me . I have a townhouse in bc that I bought and 6 months after I found out it was leaky and have had to take on a 130000 interest free loan from the govt I thought I could keep it and break even after time but it is just pulling me into debt with repairs and taxes and codo fees not to mention it making me pay income tax just want to start fresh what can I do
My spouse may have to go bankrupt. I read on sites that I will not be affected but he says that they could Look at my taxes for next three years and count my income or something. What does this mean? I never signed any of the debts. They are all his. I don't get it. Help
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