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2016 archived questions and answers:
Hi about ten years ago I got a student loan to go to University. After a couple years I had a lot of family issues that prevented me from finishing my degree. So I started working. After some time I got injured and now have a disability. I had many problems with the them trying not to pay me. Now after a long battle with them I have received a settlement. Now this settlement will be needed to support me for the rest if my life because I am unable to work anymore. Although I have every intention of paying my student loansI have never paid on my student loans. My question is can student loans go into my account and take any of my settlement? Because that is money I need to live . Thank you in advance !
iunderstand some variables concerning consumer debt proposal. Give up credit cards including line of credit and pay back an agreed upon monthly payment for three to four years with a fee incorporated in proposal.My question; is one able to include money owing cra with credit card debts ? Would an individual be able to keep their car as long as payments are made through that person's bank? a reponse greatly appreciated.
My husband and I are separated. I live in NS with the kids, he lives in Ontario. We have a line of credit with a bank in the amount of 55k. I also have about 2500 in additional debt. He has about 6000 in debt in his name. He has an Old Corolla worth 2000 that he drives. I lease a car. We sold the house last summer with no equity and no debt arising. My question is , should we claim bankruptcy or a proposal ? Any suggestions ?
Good Morning Can we file for bankruptcy for a unsecured line of credit and a few credit cards and still continue to pay our two auto loans, and mortgage? secondly if I have to have security checks done bi yearly at my job will that affect my employment? thanks for your time lisa
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