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Recently posted questions and answers:
Hey there, hope all is well with you. I have a few concerns I am wondering about and hope you will be able to give a little information regarding the situation. I am currently being sued personally by someone who I was involved in a collision with back in 2013. I was driving with expired insurance. I was served, filed a statement of defence then was notified that the plaintiff filed an affidavit of records, but I haven't filed one and don't plan on doing so because I am thinking I can declare bankruptcy after the judgement. The thing is though, I'm not sure if declaring bankruptcy after the judgment will help me to not have to pay. My credit rating is already down the drain, my car just got seized not too long ago and I've got to pay a $2875 ticket so I really feel like I have nothing to lose if I declare bankruptcy. Anyway, any help/information regarding this matter will be greatly appreciated! Thank you for your time, Sarah
I was recently released from jail and I'm trying to get my drivers licence back. I've been told that there is a judgement against me with an insurance company for 5000$ For an accident I was not involved in but was not informed of court dates or that my vechile was even reported I have been told unless I can prove it wasn't me then I am forced to pay the money before I can drive and I need to get my licence back for employment. I also have a number or unpaid creditors that I owe money aproxamitly another 4000$ I would like to know how I can go about filling for bankruptcy or if I would be considered because I'm unable to receive a bank loan and I can't handle this debit on my own Thank you Chris Kellogg
I have a incorporated business that has failed. I have about 3 years of back GST, payroll tax, etc. If i close the business, does that debt turn into a personal debt? Also, i filed personal bankruptcy about 10 years ago and was fully discharged. What happens if i have to file again?
I went bankrupt in BC 4 1/2 years ago. I have been told by my trustee that I did not file income expense reports a week later I get back we did find them now they say I never sent in receipts to back up my expenses this paperwork was sent there are a lot of other issues with trustee. I am not sure if I can get case moved to Alberta court or what I should do. The trustee says I owe around 12k which is not true its hard to get back to Vancouver to discuss anything. Do you have any suggestions or advice for me? Thanks for your help Mike Henderson
Hi, I had an incorporated company, which I kept afloat with the line of credit that was on my house. I have a business consolidation loan and company visa line of credit. The company has failed and I can no longer make the payments. My estranged husband has paid me all my equity from the house. Can I claim business bankruptcy? What are my options? Thank you
our son who is 32 years old declared bankruptcy and was all competed 6 months ago now he got credit cards again and using them like crazy he has no income he is going to end up same like before you can not talk with him about anything as he has mental problems also what will happens to him this time for doing the same things again ? and how it will effect him ? why credit card companies are giving a bankrupt person with no job no income cards ? please help as I am worried
My fiancÃ© was married before and incurred debt with his wife (house burned down without insurance, etc) and hasn't filed taxes in about 3 years. They divorced and wife claimed bankruptcy. He was going to but put it off and now he has terminal cancer and has less than 6 months. (1) should he start the process and claim bankruptcy or just let it be (he has no assets); (2) we want to get married before he dies - will any of this affect me and my credit (we hold nothing jointly and my name isn't associated with his, although we have a baby together and I own a house)?; (3) is there anything I should get him to take care of before he dies?
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