Bankruptcy

Topic: Bankruptcy

It’s very challenging to regain control of debt that has spun out of control. If you have thought of contacting a Bankruptcy Trustee, you are on the right track. But due to a name change in recent years, you will actually need to contact a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT)…

Topic: Bankruptcy

If you are facing insolvency, you will have many questions. “Will bankruptcy make me lose my house (or car)” and “what assets are exempt from bankruptcy in Ontario?” may be at the top of your list…

Topic: Bankruptcy

Do I Need A Bankruptcy Lawyer? We hear this question often, this is a common query. In most cases, the short answer is no. In Canada, consumer proposals and bankruptcies are administered by Licensed Insolvency Trustees (LITs), not bankruptcy lawyers…

Topic: Bankruptcy

Many Canadians that are facing insolvency start looking for solutions by searching for a “Bankruptcy Lawyer,” believing that this is the title given to professionals who are licensed to help with personal bankruptcy or formal debt settlement…

Topic: Bankruptcy

If you’ve spent any time looking into your debt relief options, you may have noticed that no two options will amount to the same cost. If you don’t understand why there are differences in the cost of a bankruptcy versus a proposal, we’ve got you covered…