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Managing Debt During the Holidays

October 31st, 2019

The holidays are the most magical time of year. However, all that magic doesn’t come cheap. There are a lot of extra expenses that go above your typical day-to-day living. Many people use credit as a means of getting through the holiday season, and that comes with its own issues. You don’t need to be…Read more >

The Steps You’ll Need to Take When Filing Bankruptcy in Canada

September 15th, 2019

Most people tend to share the same goals—we all want to have a happy and healthy life. It’s a pretty broad statement, and it’s dependent on a lot of factors, many of which can be out of your control. So, what happens when emergencies strike, the unexpected occurs, and suddenly you are left in financial…Read more >

Managing Summer Vacations And Debt

July 22nd, 2019

Are you facing down bankruptcy but trying to keep life moving as normal? Maybe you’re trying to work your way out from underneath a mountain of debt but still want to spend leisure time with family this summer. You’re not alone. There are lots of ways that you can manage your regular life while working…Read more >

Why You Need A Licensed Insolvency Trustee

June 25th, 2019

Struggling to make your monthly payments? Or maybe your business is facing bankruptcy? Whether you’ve got personal or business debt, it can leave you feeling stressed out and unsure of where to turn. Luckily, there is a solution: a team of experts ready to help you with your debt. Debt doesn’t have to be a…Read more >

Income Tax Debt and Bankruptcy

June 2nd, 2019

The April 30th income tax filing deadline has come and gone.  Some self-employed people have until June 15th to file their tax return, but if they owe income tax, interest is already accumulating back to the April 30th date – or possibly even to when your installment payments were due.  Tax time is a happy…Read more >

Buying a House After Filing Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal

May 22nd, 2019

Home ownership is a dream for many people.  It is a common misconception that filing a bankruptcy or a consumer proposal means you will never be a homeowner.  It is possible for the dream of home ownership to be a reality after filing for bankruptcy or a consumer proposal.  People go through insolvency proceedings for…Read more >

Its 2019 Do You Know What Your Credit Score Is?

May 14th, 2019

Credit Scores: What You Need To Know What’s the score? You may not even know it, but your credit score is a huge component of your financial identity. Whether you have sparkling credit or a regrettable borrowing history, when you’re looking for a new credit card or loan, at some point your credit score will…Read more >

Pros and Cons of Filing for Bankruptcy

May 3rd, 2019

“Bankruptcy” is a word no wants to hear in regard to their financial situation.  It tends to bring with it mixed feelings.  Filing for bankruptcy, like most things in life, comes with both pros and cons.  The good outweighs the bad for those who find themselves needing debt relief through bankruptcy, but it is important…Read more >

Meeting of Creditors

April 19th, 2019

A meeting of creditors does not automatically occur in every summary bankruptcy and consumer proposal filing in Canada.  In fact, they are a relatively rare occurrence.  In our practice, we see a meeting of creditors in less than 1% of our consumer estates. Creditors Meeting In a Bankruptcy In a summary administration bankruptcy a meeting…Read more >

How Do I Declare Personal Bankruptcy in Nova Scotia?

April 5th, 2019

Bankruptcy is a legal process regulated by the federal government.  The first step in declaring bankruptcy in Nova Scotia is to speak to a licensed insolvency trustee. Licensed insolvency trustees are the only ones licensed by the federal government to administer bankruptcy. What Are the Benefits of Bankruptcy? Aside from the intangible benefits like reducing…Read more >