We’re passionate about helping you develop money skills. Check out these informative blog posts about what to expect when declaring bankruptcy in Canada.

Does Declaring Bankruptcy Solve Debt Problems

Will Declaring Bankruptcy Solve My Debt Problems?

When it feels like your debts are out of control, you might wonder if bankruptcy will solve your problems. It’s a big step and thankfully there are options to explore first.

Reviewing Bankruptcy Legal Process

Can You File for Bankruptcy and Keep Your House?

If your home equity is above the provincial exemption maximum, you can either sell your home or ‘buy back’ the amount above the exemption.

Worrying About Declaring Bankruptcy

Is Bankruptcy My Best Option? 6 Instances When Declaring Bankruptcy in Canada May Not Be Right For You

Wondering if bankruptcy is your best option? Know these 6 times when declaring bankruptcy in Canada may not be right for you.

Free Bankruptcy Counselling & Alternatives that Work

Free Bankruptcy Counselling & Alternatives that Work

If you’re curious about declaring bankruptcy and want to look into free bankruptcy counselling, there are many ways to fix your financial problems. A certified Credit Counsellor is a great way to get more information and consider alternatives to bankruptcy you might not know about.

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What Is the Bankruptcy Process in Canada?

What Is the Bankruptcy Process in Canada?

What is the bankruptcy process in Canada and is it a viable solution for your debt problems? When you’re struggling to pay off your debts and you’re inundated with collection calls and letters, easing your money worries and debt-related stress is top of mind.

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With so many debt consolidation options out there, it can feel overwhelming to try and find the right one by yourself. One of our professional credit counsellors would be happy to guide you through this process by carefully reviewing your whole financial situation with you and answering any questions you have. Speaking with our certified counsellors is always free, confidential and without obligation.