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October 30th, 2005 by Questions

I have read quite a few of the questions and think this is a great site . I am having a financial crisis .When a question is answered in the blog they are short but very informative.I understand it is difficult to comment on situations that you do not have the facts. Usually the advice is to contact a professional . Obviously they are well educated and understand the process .They advise the client from a knowledge of legislation and rules to follow . Are there sites that you could research on their own ? Then use this information to answer your own questions based on the relavent laws and rules . Primarily to have some knowledge of what my options are before I see a trustee .I understand that a trustee is needed for a bankruptcy or proposal. thanks

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, Barton Goth, GCO Inc. Bankruptcy Trustees said:

Part of the difficulty with a site of this nature that is serving the country as a whole is that there is significant variation in the way the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act is applied across provincial boarders. As a result it is often difficult to provide clear information without knowing which province the question originated, let alone knowing a little more detail than is available from the posted info. Having said that I have attached links to some of the more useful sites I have come across.

  • http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/epic/internet/inbsf-osb.nsf/en/br01035e.html, This is a great site as it is put together by the Superintendent of Bankruptcy and is in now way biased. It does an excellent job of describing bankruptcy and it’s alternatives in a general way that is applicable across Canada.
  • As for finding regional information, The easiest way is to simply do a google search for the words “bankruptcy”, and “the city you live in.”

    By following the above sites and web searching techniques you should be able to find more than enough information to answer just about any question you have.

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