How do I avoid bankruptcy? Is there an alternative to bankruptcy? Avoiding bankruptcy is possible. It might not seem like it if you feel like you’re overwhelmed with debt, but you usually do have some options.
Declaring Personal Bankruptcy in Ontario Are you drowning in debt? Declaring personal bankruptcy might look like your only option, but it can be hard to know when it’s time to admit you need help.
Payday loans are an increasing form of income for many individuals having financial troubles. When money is tight and an emergency comes up, or the funds to pay off a bill aren’t available, the answer seems easy: a loan!
No-one wants to go bankrupt. But, if you’re in over your head with debt and unable to manage it, declaring bankruptcy by talking to a bankruptcy trustee is the best way to get a new start.
There are numerous misconceptions about bankruptcy and insolvency in Canada. The Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act; the major act that governs all bankruptcy proceedings in Canada, has undergone many changes over the past few decades.
On December 19th 2013, the Ontario Court of Appeal held that the Registrar of Motor Vehicles cannot deny vehicle permits to individuals an account of debts owed to the ETR Concession Company Limited.