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Recently posted questions and answers:
I filed a proposal in 2007. Got laid off in 2009 and went into bankruptcy. My credit report shows 2 different bankruptcies for the same case. Even though i was discharged in december of 2009. How do i prove i have been bankrupt only once and when will this dissappear from my credit history. Thanks for your time.
Hi there, I filed over 14yrs ago and never completed to get a discharge. I was young and had no clue and the trustee was not helpful or very nice to deal with. I want to complete this so I can be discharged what do I need to do? I don't remember the trustee etc
I have a common law partner that has previously claimed bankruptcy before we met. can his situation affect my income and what I am allowed to bring into the house hold? Also can someone who has claimed this status work as a subcontractor or contractor? one more if he has gotten off track with paying the bankruptcy what is the consequence of this and how do we get him back on track without it affecting my personal finances.
Common-law relationship of 5 years and the relationship has ended. There is a mortgage in both names with no equity and there is a truck loan of 13,000.00 in only one of the names (spouse-1). One of the common-law spouses (spouse-2) refuses to get a lawyer, sign any kind of agreement or sell the property. Can spouse-1 claim bankruptcy?
If you have had a judgement against you for retro active spousal support in an amount that I cannot pay, without selling my house my vehicle and cashing in all my RRSP's. Is declaring bankruptcy something that I could consider?
I don't know a lot about bankruptcy but I would like to know if it is the right route for me. I have a few debts that I can't seem to get under control and it is causing me a lot of stress lately. I have bad credit as I have had some tough times in recent years and have tried to get consolidation. The collection agencies are after me, and I don't have any real equity. The debts I owe are probably in the neighbourhood of $20-25k. I would just like to have these things sorted so I can start over and work towards a mortgage again. Please let me know what you can do for me. Earnestly, Paul Regan
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