Debt forgiveness for when you cannot repay your debts.
We examine how bankruptcy affects your credit options and show you an easy way to get a credit card after bankruptcy in Canada.
A consumer proposal and bankruptcy are two popular legally binding debt forgiveness programs in Canada, but there are significant differences.
A stay of proceedings in Canada provides immediate protection from your creditors during your bankruptcy or consumer proposal.
Learn how to file bankruptcy in Canada with this comprehensive guide on the bankruptcy process and what to expect after you file.
Joint bankruptcy can make sense if you have shared debts. This guide examines how to file for joint bankruptcy and its advantages and disadvantages.
Bankruptcy doesn’t affect your spouse or common-law partner unless you have a co-signed loan, shared debts, or guaranteed payment of a debt.