Unexpected circumstances can derail anyone’s finances. Bankruptcy doesn’t have the sigma it used to and oftentimes it’s the best way to rebuild your financial future. Here’s a look at the most common causes of Bankruptcy.
Find valuable information about bankruptcy in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island including what assets are protected, guidelines about when to declare bankruptcy and if bankruptcy is the best solution for you.
Car title loans, leases and car loans – what are the differences? Find out the pros and cons of each before you make a decision to finance your next vehicle.
Employment Insurance can help when you are between jobs. There are other types of insurance that may make it easier to sleep at night in these precarious times.
With soaring inflation, rising interest rates, labour shortages, supply chain issues, and no more pandemic support, it’s no wonder Canadian business bankruptcies are on the rise.
Bankruptcy can help honest Canadians who are struggling with unmanageable debt find a fresh start. Unfortunately, some individuals choose to abuse the system by engaging in Bankruptcy fraud. Learn more.
When filing for Bankruptcy, you may need to pay surplus income payments depending on your income. How surplus income payments work can feel complicated, especially if this is your first Bankruptcy. Here, we explain how surplus income payments work and how a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can put your mind at ease. Find out more.
When filing for Bankruptcy, you’ll be waiting for the day you’re discharged and can begin your fresh start. But what does Bankruptcy discharge mean and how do you get discharged? Our guide covers how Bankruptcy discharge works and how to rebuild your credit score after Bankruptcy.
Vehicle repossession can be a way to clear your debts, but you won’t always lose your car when filing for Bankruptcy. Our guide covers how vehicle possession works when you declare Bankruptcy in Alberta and how a Licensed Insolvency Trustee can support you through the process.
If you have recently lost your job and you’re struggling with how to pay off your debts, you may be considering Bankruptcy. Before you make a decision, it’s important to discuss your options with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Alberta. Take a step towards financial wellbeing with the help of Allan Marshall & Associates today.
If you owe money to your bank in the form of credit cards, loans, a line of credit, or an overdraft account, it’s advised you open a new account at a new bank or financial institution before you file for a Consumer Proposal or Bankruptcy.