Canadian Bankruptcy Laws & Rules in Alberta
Canadian Bankruptcy Laws Help You to Make a “Fresh Start”
The Canadian bankruptcy laws and rules exist to help honest but unfortunate people obtain relief from their creditors, and to allow them to make a “financial fresh start”. Canadian bankruptcy laws also set out the requirements that you must fulfill during bankruptcy before getting out of bankruptcy.
Canadian Bankruptcy Laws Are Made To Protect You and Your Creditors
The laws are also in place to allow for the distribution of property that is not exempt, and for financial rehabilitation of insolvent persons. These rules are made not only to protect the debtor, but also to ensure that your creditors are dealt with fairly. Click here for more information on Exempt and Non-Exempt properties.
Canadian Bankruptcy Laws Are Set in Place to Help You Obtain That Financial Freedom Once Again
A consumer proposal or bankruptcy can remove the crushing burden of debt and once again allow you to integrate themselves into the business life of Alberta as a contributing citizen. We want to help you obtain financial freedom once again.
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