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Licensed Insolvency Trustee Explains Consumer Proposals

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 in Consumer Proposals |

In this video, Richard explains in simple language how consumer proposals in Toronto work as many people are not terribly familiar with them. First of all, a proposal is a proposal. There are two types, consumer proposals and regular proposals. The regular one has been around since day one, I think, 1920 or so, however, it was designed mainly for corporate and commercial situations. Instead of the company folding, they made a proposal to their...

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Trustees Report

Posted on Feb 13, 2018 in Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals |

And most often, one of the reasons why I was a little late today, I had to go to my Mississauga office to meet with a person doing a proposal, consumer proposal, and I signed the report before I left, and the main argument is quite simple, the proposal is offering a net dividend, money in your pocket kind of thing, which is going to be twice as much as anything we can foresee out of the bankruptcy, best case scenario. So whether you think that...

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Do I Have To Pay a Minimum Portion?

Posted on Aug 4, 2017 in Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals |

In this video, Richard Killen, a Toronto-based Licensed Insolvency Trustee talks about, Do I Have To Pay a Minimum Portion?. Some people are under the impression that they go bankrupt or for that matter they do a consumer proposal, they are required to pay a certain percentage of what they owe, what their overall debts are. That’s not quite the way it works. In a bankruptcy, it’s not that at all. In a bankruptcy, there is a mechanism that will...

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Will My Boss Find Out About My Bankruptcy?

Posted on Jul 14, 2017 in Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals |

In this video, Richard Killen, a Toronto-based Licensed Insolvency Trustee talks about if the boss can find out about the bankruptcy. The only time that a person’s employer is officially told, that they have gone bankrupt or that they have done a consumer proposal, if they have been sued and garnished by somebody, and your employer is having to deduct money from your pay to send to the court because of the garnishee. The person going bankrupt...

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Will I Lose My Home If I Go Bankrupt?

Posted on Jun 1, 2017 in Advice from Richard, Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals, Debt, Videos |

In this video, Richard Killen, a Toronto Licensed Insolvency Trustee answers the question most homeowners ask, which is “Will I lose my home if I go bankrupt or do a consumer proposal?” Because you may have debt problems, you may be concerned with losing your home and most people figure that “if they go bankrupt they are never going to keep their house.”  And for most people, that is a very traumatic thought, however, it can be avoided. I...

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