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Hi so i have a few questions in regards to bankruptcy. 1. if we own a home for only 2 months and then claim bankruptcy what happens to our house? 2. we just got married and bought furniture. its all still on loans.. what happens to all our stuff? 3. we are making all our payments right now but we are now expecting a child i dont think we can make the payments anymore. will we get in trouble? 4. we have gst debt from a failed business if we claim bankruptcy does that debt get dissolved as well? 5. i got a joint loan with my sister for $10000 if i claim bankruptcy does she get affected?
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