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Recently posted questions and answers:
if I file for bankruptcy what do I loose. i am married with a child we have 2 cars a house. how does it work. do I still keep my house and cars. if I file how does it affect my wife. I don't know what questions to ask. please help
I am a single woman on Social Assistance. My home is free and clear, but my assistance only covers my basic shelter because I do not have a mortgage payment. I owe $20,000 on my credit card and social assistance is taking $380 of my $400 to pay down the debt. I can not live on $50 per month, and I was told it would cost me $2000 to file bankruptcy. Is this correct
Am a single 50 something female who is battling an illness,receiving a govt pension, approx 25,000 credit card debt. I HAVE A MORTGAGE OF 155,000, PROPERTY ASSESSED 218,000. I ALWAYS make my payments on time but cannot afford repairs on my home...roof, etc. Or any upgrades/repairs. I want to sell,need to sell as I can't maintain a home,SNOW removal etc. With my health situation. Want to start anew. Am afraid my home won't sell to pay off mortgage,some of my debt etc. Looking for advice,speak to someone moving forward. This worry is doing damage on my already fragile health situation. Thank you.
can anyone got bankrupt? or do you guys decide that. i know there are always repayment options but if they make things just too tight and stretch out too long would it be quicker to start rebuilding my credit again by going through and filing for bankruptcy?
I have a line of credit debt that I cannot pay off , was widowed and lost job in 2013 and now find I am almost out of pension and no where to turn. Is this something you can help me with or advise? That is the only debt owing, all credit cards are paid off.
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