BANKRUPTCY CANADA FORUM NEW EVENTS (2019)

bankruptcy, Canada you events 2019 There have been two recent bankruptcy Canada new events that I believe are important to discuss. One deals with the insolvency of oil and gas companies The other with the rights of retired people and their company pensions and health benefits. under former employer goes into insolvency proceedings bankruptcy, Canada […]

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Bankruptcy in Canada Video 5: What Debts are Discharged? How to Locate a Trustee

Hi there and welcome back to Understanding Personal Bankruptcy in Canada, the fifth and final video of the Five Video introduction series. Today we will discuss what debts are discharged in a bankruptcy, and getting the advice from people like moneyandbusiness.ca and a trustee in bankruptcy, and finally how to declare personal bankruptcy or file […]

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Consumer Proposal FAQ, how to avoid bankruptcy with Alan Farber and Partners

Hello. I’m Andy Fisher. I’m a partner with A. Farber and Partners. We are federally licensed Administrators for consumer proposals. I have with me Saud and Drew. They have a number of questions that we frequently get asked about a consumer proposal. I hope that by answering these questions, you get a better understanding about […]

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Bankruptcy in Canada Video 4: Should You Go Bankrupt? Comparing Consumer Proposals and Your Job

Hi there and welcome back to Understanding Personal Bankruptcy in Canada, the fourth of a five video introduction series. Today we will discuss about the deciding point of whether you should declare bankruptcy, comparing consumer proposals with bankruptcy and lastly the effects of personal bankruptcy on a job. Let us consider some factors in bankruptcy […]

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Bankruptcy in Canada Video 2: Provincial Exemption Limits and Asset Seizures

Hi there and welcome back to Understanding Personal Bankruptcy in Canada, the second of a five video introduction series. Today we will discuss about family heirlooms, personal assets and your vehicles. People wonder about what will happen to any assets if personal bankruptcy is to be declared. These assets may include a house, a car, […]

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Personal Bankruptcy Canada – Is Personal Bankruptcy My Only Option?

Every month Sarah struggles. She’s always been able to make ends meet, but not anymore. She’s going further into debt each month. She’s never missed a mortgage payment, pays the utilities, and buys groceries for the family. But it’s a juggling act. Buying necessities and only making minimum payments on her credit cards have allowed […]

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Bankruptcy in Canada Video 3: Financial Counselling & Reporting

Hi there and welcome back to Understanding Personal Bankruptcy in Canada, the third of a five video introduction series. Today we are going to discuss about the financial reporting, financial counseling and some aspects of your business and how it can be affected by personal bankruptcy. Let us discuss in brief about a business if […]

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