Are you going through a divorce and struggling with debt? Our Bankruptcy and Divorce Canada fact sheet explains everything you need to know from dividing debt to what happens if your ex-spouse files insolvency.
It's not the amount of debt you have but your ability to repay your financial obligations that indicate whether you may need to file insolvency. Learn if you are insolvent and when you should talk with a trustee.
Are you delaying bankruptcy because you’re scared of what it entails or what it may change in your life? Find out what can happen if you continue to delay the process and why you don’t need to be afraid.
Chartered Professional Accountants can have debt issues, but what happens when they file for insolvency? Find out the steps you need to take as a CPA filing insolvency and if you can keep your designation.
If you are filing for insolvency in Ontario as a human resource professional you need to notify the Registrar’s office immediately by law. Find out what situations can result in suspension of privileges.
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, it is crucial to know what it fully entails. We’ll show you how to calculate the cost, how it affects your credit and how bankruptcy can remove debt stress.