When we meet with married couples, we always look at each spouse as an individual and the family as a whole. How would divorce affect a consumer proposal filed in Ontario?
This is a good question that highlights asset concerns when filing a consumer proposal.
We receive many questions regarding the difference between debt consolidation and a consumer proposal.
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When you file a consumer proposal you are able to keep ALL of your assets.
The basic rule is that you can only make one consumer proposal to any one group of creditors.
If you've already filed personal bankruptcy once in Ontario, it's important to consider all your options before filing a second time. Going bankrupt for a second time damages your credit for much longer than a first bankruptcy.
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