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Consumer Proposals: Negotiate with Your Creditors and Avoid Bankruptcy

Consumer Proposals are a way to negotiate with your creditors to pay off a portion of your debt, and an effective way to avoid bankruptcy. Here you can find answers to your specific questions about Consumer Proposals – the most often opted for bankruptcy alternative.

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Most Recent ‘Consumer Proposals’ Posts

If I were to file for bankruptcy, or a consumer proposal, in Quebec, and after a year or two I won a substantial amount of money, what would happen to these funds in a court case? Can I receive it without anyone being able to touch it? The money would be paid to me from […]

Effect of consumer proposals on families
Effect of consumer proposals on families

Families, like individuals and couples, have a wide range of expenses that draw on their financial resources. But for families with children, expenses are often larger and more varied than anticipated. Kids Can Be Expensive! Children are the proverbial “wild cards” when it comes to family spending. Parents are motivated to provide well for their […]

I have a question regarding a rental property and appliances inside it. If I were to file a consumer proposal and let the bank take back, my income property am I entitled to remove the machines before giving the property back? We are just curious because we’ve replaced almost everything in the last year and […]

Looking up debt help
Looking up debt help

Andy and Cynthia are a smart young couple, but they’ve gotten into trouble with consumer credit. Like most people, they certainly didn’t see money troubles around the corner when they started their small business. They were filled with optimism! And, things went well for a couple of years. Sales were actually better than they had […]

I started my proposal, regularly paid all installments up to now. I made a mistake in between: I didn’t know that I can’t sell my house, and if I sold it, I have to pay all the proceeds to my trustee, what is due. I innocently kept paying monthly installment up to now, and at […]

Years ago my mother put me as a secondary on her credit card little did I know it was already maxed out. A few years later my mother ended up filing for bankrupty and the bank came after me for the 15, 000 which I had no idea it was even that much as never […]

Here’s the question- Upon successfully completing consumer proposal, all negative credit information will remain on file at the credit bureaus. What happens after the three years, is it like it never happened? Will my loans which were maintained before-during-and after CP (vehicles) be considered as old but good credit? Will I have to disclose that […]

Insolvency Statistics Canada 2016-2015
Insolvency Statistics Canada 2016-2015

Statistics Canada keeps close tabs on the economic status of Canadian consumers, and publishes its findings yearly. Similarly, the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada (OSB) records statistics specifically on insolvency. Drilling down into the data reveals both cautionary and inspiring trends. Note that Statistics Canada defines a consumer as an individual with more […]

I owe a total of 70k including my car loan. I was advised to leave the car loan alone. Hence, apply for CP or DC for the rest. Since my mother is the primary owner of the account and I am just a signee of our RBC Credit line worth 36k, How would I be […]

If I am filing a consumer proposal, do I have to disclose non-taxable pension that I receive from the Department of Veteran Affairs? I do not have to claim this on income as it is a gift from the government for my injuries I incurred while serving overseas. The government nor does my disability company […]

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