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Recently posted questions and answers:
Hi i have a line of credit that i got a little over board with and cant really affored to pay back at the time i thought i could but ive come to the conclousion that i cant. So i dont know what to to.
Hello I am writing to ask advice regarding my debt, I had a big time job, got layed off, then then job was eliminated, so I have had to go to work for another company with less money coming in, I can afford to pay my car loan and mortgage but the other incoming bills are tough, just looking for advice as to options. Thanks Alex
Hi I'm doing my second bankrupsy which I filled on April 22 2015 I was just wondering will u guys be doing my income tax return this year ?? And how would that work for my 2017 return aswell since I will only be bankrupt for a few months out of the year ?
Hi i am in bankruptcy with grant thorton. It was supposed to end on december 15th 2016. I got a letter on december 23rd saying i missed one of my meeting and that my bankruptcy myay be cancelled. Ive called samantha at the halifax office a few times but get no response back. I would like to no whats going on. can you help me please
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