Personal Bankruptcy Blog
debt advice

Should You Use Debt Advice Services?

If this is your first time looking for professional help to deal with your debt problems, you may not know where to turn for debt advice services – or whether you should even be using these services at all. First

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Keeping Track of your money

Keeping Track of Your Money

There are two questions I ask when giving presentations on money management. Where do you think you are (financially)? And where are you really?  Before we start making changes to improve our finances, we should take a look at what

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Bankruptcy in Nova Scotia

Filing for Bankruptcy in Nova Scotia

Is Filing for Bankruptcy the Best Debt Solution for You? Bankruptcy gives you a clean break from debt that has overwhelmed you. It will eliminate most unsecured debts, but you will need help. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy

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right time to declare personal bankruptcy

When Is the Right Time to Declare Personal Bankruptcy?

Since the pandemic was declared hundreds of thousands of Canadians have lost their jobs and find themselves unable to make their basic monthly payments. Fortunately, our Canadian Government has stepped up and assisted financially.  Banks have offered deferred payments and

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The Heavens are Crying

The Heavens are Crying

Francyne Myers, Licensed Insolvency Trustee in our Halifax and Truro offices recently wrote the following about the recent tragedy. We would like to share her thoughts with you. The Heavens are Crying That was my first thought this morning as I awoke to

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Alberta Bankruptcy Exemptions

What Are the Alberta Provincial Asset Exemptions?

While it’s common to assume you will lose all you own when you file for Bankruptcy in Alberta, this isn’t the case. We’ve put together a guide on how Alberta Bankruptcy exemptions work and how a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can guide you through the process. Find out more today from the experts at Allan Marshall & Associates Inc.

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