2nd time bankruptcy

April 19th, 2011 by Questions

The first time I filed for bankruptcy was in New Brunswick. I work in Alberta but live in New Brunswick. I pay rent in 2 places so I can claim living in either province. The rent I pay in Alberta is for a cheap room. My New Brunswick address is an apartment. Does it matter which province I file bankruptcy in? What if I move back to New Brunswick and get a less paying job first before bankrupcty? I don’t want to live in Alberta anymore anyways. I only came out to save for a Justice of the peace wedding, furniture and small cheap car.

Posted from: Alberta

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, Barton Goth - Goth & Company Inc. -Trustee in Bankruptcy said:

You should file for bankruptcy in the province you normally reside. So based on your description I would suggest in New Brunswick. This would likely make the most sense for you.

As for what if your wage changes during the bankruptcy, well you will also see that your cost of bankruptcy will also be automatically adjusted.

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