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Recently posted questions and answers:
I am wondering why I have two different case numbers for the same bankruptcy. This shows up on my credit report as two bankruptcies. It is impossible to get any credit because of this. How do I prove a single bankruptcy with two different case numbers. Thanks for your time.
Hi, I have worked all my life & have had good credit for years! In Aug-2014 I was forced to take a medical leave from work due to developing a blood clot. While in hospital I was diagnosed with a degenerative spine condition that I am currently in physio for... I was let go from my job on June-1-2015 while still on med leave! I have been augmenting my lowered income for the past 10 months by living off my savings & credit, while continuing to pay my credit card minimums always on time. However, all is maxed out now, savings is gone (current debt is approx 32000$, all of which is credit cards) & I'm still not cleared to return to work. Actually, I may never again be able to hold a full-time job based on the deterioration of my spine. I now receive just over $600/mnth from Alberta Works. Yes, that's all! Would greatly appreciate if you could advise as to what my options are...? Or is my only option bankruptcy? Thank you, Joanne
I had bankruptcy before and got discharged in 2012. I got my credit report recently and it says I have some balance on some open accounts that were included in the bankruptcy. On those accounts, condition is "derogatory". Is it affecting my credit score? Is there any way to get rid of them? Thanks,
I am leagally separated from my spouse. He is now considering filing for bankruptcy, i currently have my name on two credit cards and a line of credit that he has. What are my options for avoiding bankruptcy?
I was in a car accident a few years ago where I was at fault. The car was not mine, and I did not have a drivers license. The car was insured, but only plpd over 50 (which I am not). I ignored the court date and now my bank account, and the owner of the car's bank account have been frozen by the Saskatchewan sheriff's department. Would bankruptcy help me? I do not see a point in my future where I would be able to repay this debt, and the owner of the car is a sickly old man.
what happen if a creditor was missed not listed on proposal? What happened if the proposal agreement cannot be reached? Do I need to file for bankruptcy right away or will I have time trying for other options?
I live with my son and currently pay him 500 a month, they will be moving out into a new home in October of this year. I was wondering, when I move out into my own place in October 2015, my living expenses will increase as rent will be 1200 + Grocery + Utilities + Cable. If I apply in June for a consumer proposal and my current status living is lower now then in October, how will that work?
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