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  • FILING BANKRUPTCY VERSUS DEBT CONSOLIDATION IN TORONTO ONTARIO

    Introduction Financial obligations of any kind of size can be stressful. Most of us have some existing debt.  It is when debt is out of control that gives people problems. People with debt problems ask me for my opinion on filing bankruptcy versus debt consolidation.  So, I thought I would share my … Read more »

  • Debt problems: 8 Mistakes To Avoid When You Are Having Money Problems

    Introduction I have advised many entrepreneurs and non-business people who have debt problems.  Many times, there are things they have done before coming to see me for a no-cost consultation that I wished they had not done.  So, I thought I would discuss the 8 mistakes to avoid when you are having m … Read more »

  • BANKRUPTCY BLOG 2019: OUR MOST FAVOURITE INSOLVENCY TOPICS

    Introduction I first want to wish all of you and your families a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year.  As 2019 draws to a close, I thought it would be interesting to do some research in my 2019 Brandon’s bankruptcy blog to see which ones were the most top 10 popular this year. So, in order counti … Read more »

  • WHAT IS A CONSUMER PROPOSAL? OUR INSOLVENCY FAQ PRIMER

    Introduction  Let us start with a what is a consumer proposal definition:  A consumer proposal is a formal binding offer made to your creditors to settle your debt for less than the full amount owing.  To help you decide if a consumer proposal is the right option for you, I will provide answers to t … Read more »

  • TRUSTEES IN BANKRUPTCY TORONTO ONTARIO USUALLY DON’T DIG THIS

    Introduction On April 15, 2019, a group of companies operating as QuadrigaCX (Quadriga) became bankrupt.  This followed their initial application under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) to get bankruptcy protection.  The purpose of this Brandon’s Blog is to describe the latest events i … Read more »