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Recently posted questions and answers:
If I have a civil suit pending for a canadian who owes $7k and has signed a promissory note, if she files for bankruptcy, do I have any chance of getting the money she owes? Would she have to repay the debt after the bankruptcy lifts? Can I still garnish her wages if she files bankruptcy? What precautions are put in place so she can't claim bankruptcy just to avoid this debt?
Hi, I have a debt of 22 000$ with a lawyer, he is making payments of 3000$ a month I I don't he will send me to collection, plus a 1000 of child support I don't know if it will be a good idea to do bankruptcy, my credit will be ruin anyways,thank you.
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