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4 Reasons You Need a Licensed Insolvency Trustee if You Are in Debt

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5
Feb 2021
Bankruptcy is trading your non-exempt assets or ‘what you own’ in return for your debts being forgiven. It is a common financial trouble that many find themselves in and can be challenging to go through. If loans or debts weigh you down, it can be confusing to figure out how to handle your situation in the most ...


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Eight Things to Know Before You File for Bankruptcy

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15
Dec 2020
Many view filing for bankruptcy as a last resort — and it is. Bankruptcy is a pivotal debt relief solution that becomes necessary when you cannot stay on top of your bills due to unemployment, bereavement, and other extreme life events. Bankruptcy offers debt relief to prevent legal action from being enforced by creditors ...


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Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal: Which Is Right for Me?

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2
Dec 2020
As Canadians grapple with financial instability, many are forced to re-examine their finances to ensure their survival and secure their future amidst this turmoil. Unemployment benefits and social assistance, lines of credit, and emergency savings are designed to assist with precarious financial situations. Despite these, ...


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What Happens to Surplus Income During Bankruptcy?

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20
Nov 2020
The idea of bankruptcy can be scary if you have been experiencing ongoing financial challenges. However, if all other solutions have failed, it could prove to be the best decision you ever make. The decision to file for bankruptcy is never easy. When you work with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, we will make every effort to ...


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Four Reasons Why Bankruptcy Isn’t the End of the World

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6
Nov 2020
Living in Ontario isn’t cheap. And the past year has been financially difficult for many people. If you live in Ontario and think you may have to declare bankruptcy, we’re here to tell you it’s not the end of the world. While no one wants to declare bankruptcy, sometimes it is the best thing you can do to get a fresh ...


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Filing for Bankruptcy in Your 20s: What You Need to Know

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23
Oct 2020
There was a time when filing for bankruptcy in Toronto seemed like the end of any future financial aspirations. Now, bankruptcy is often an answer to a question of insolvency and opens the doors to a new life filled with new possibilities. As an insolvency and bankruptcy expert in Toronto, Kevin Thatcher & Associates, Ltd., ...


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How to Help a Loved One Going Through a Debt Crisis

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9
Oct 2020
The term “bankruptcy” is not the life sentence it used to be, but it often fills us with dread when it is uttered. Working in this industry, we understand the intimidation and worry concerning bankruptcy, and how difficult it is to watch those we care about to undertake the process. Here, we will discuss the various ways ...


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Filing Bankruptcy: Will I Have to Go to Court?

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21
Sep 2020
The very idea of having to go to court can be intimidating for many, regardless of the reason or the offence for which you are paying the visit. However, this doesn’t have to be the case, especially when you’re filing for bankruptcy. In Canada, bankruptcy is a legal process that can help individuals eliminate their ...


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Overcoming Bankruptcy: Steps to Take to Bounce Back

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7
Sep 2020
Financial problems can be a burden which can manifest in several ways, and negatively impact an individual. Financial stresses can lead to many physical and psychological health problems, including depression and anxiety. Fortunately, for individuals who have become overwhelmed by debts and have no means to relieve ...


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10 Ways To Rebuild Your Credit Score After Bankruptcy

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20
Jul 2020
If you have filed for bankruptcy in Canada, you are aware of the financial hurdles that are sure to come your way. First, your credit score will inevitably go up and down throughout your bankruptcy. But you don’t have to worry. You are in the driver’s seat when it comes to rebuilding your credit score for securing your ...


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