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How Bankruptcy Nova Scotia Can Help You
Filing bankruptcy in Nova Scotia is a straightforward and relatively quick process.
Going bankrupt is intended to give individuals suffering from debt a chance for a fresh start.
Bankruptcy information is available on this site for people all across Nova Scotia.
Our government licensed insolvency professionals are the only debt help experts who can help with bankruptcy alternatives like consumer proposals as well.
To learn about Nova Scotia bankruptcies, debt relief, filing a consumer proposal, budgeting tips or how else we can assist you please don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly team of bankruptcy experts.
Our friendly Licensed Insolvency Trustee / bankruptcy trustee is ready to help you find a way to get out of debt in a quick and cost effective method.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Keep My House When Filing Bankruptcy?
In many cases a bankrupt will be able to keep their home when going bankrupt if they have little equity in their property. The amount of equity a bankrupt is allowed to keep varies by province, so it is important to discuss with a Licensed Trustee… [ Read More ]
Does Filing Bankruptcy Impact my spouse?
Filing for bankruptcy in Nova Scotia will not directly impact your spouse; your debts are your debts alone and your responsibility… [ Read More ]
What Will I Be Able to Keep if I file Bankruptcy?
A bankrupt in Nova Scotia can keep some, and in many, cases all of their assets when filing bankruptcy in Nova Scotia. The assets you can keep are known as bankruptcy exemptions … [ Read More ]
How Long Will I be Bankrupt in Nova Scotia?
Most bankruptcies in Nova Scotia are over in 9 months, when you receive your automatic discharge. In rare cases a bankruptcy can last longer. Receiving your bankruptcy discharge eliminates your debts … [ Read More ]
What is Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding for individuals and corporations who cannot repay their debts. Filing bankruptcy is a quick and cost effective manner of getting out of debt and receiving a fresh financial start … [ Read More ]
What is a Consumer Proposal?
A consumer proposal is the most popular alternative to personal bankruptcy in Nova Scotia. Only a Licensed Trustee, also known as a consumer proposal administrator from Bankruptcy Nova Scotia can help you make a proposal to your creditors (who is … [ Read More ]
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A Consumer Proposal Provides Immediate Debt Relief
and is 75% Cheaper Than Repaying Your Debts on Your Own
- Debt Relief With No Pressure
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