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Bankruptcy is not an easy way out. People who file bankruptcy are not walking away from their debts with no consequences. In addition, despite popular belief, not all debts can be discharged by claiming bankruptcy. Bankruptcy and debt can be very complicated. Personal bankruptcy is an option of last resort for people who are overwhelmed with debts they cannot repay. Finding alternatives to bankruptcy
and getting more information is important before taking such a drastic step.
Personal Bankruptcy in Vancouver BC -
Bankruptcy might be the first thing you think of when you realize that you can't keep up with your debts. Before declaring bankruptcy, you need to know what your alternatives to bankruptcy are, how the process works and how it will affect you and your family in the years to come. Let us help you avoid a mistake by explaining all of your alternatives to bankruptcy first.
Not all debts can be included in bankruptcy, e.g. secured debts will survive a bankruptcy because they can not be included. Unsecured debts, which some people call non secured debts, can be eliminated, however, debts that are included in a bankruptcy are not always discharged. Many people are also not aware that creditors, their bankruptcy trustee or the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) have the option to oppose someone’s discharge from bankruptcy.