Bankruptcy & Insolvency

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  • Bankruptcy laws are often tough to understand given the numerous requirements, regulations and procedures that have to be observed when filing. However, bankruptcy laws are very important as they ...read more »
  • A creditor is anyone to whom you owe money. Creditors can include friends, family, credit card companies, and banks. Unpaid creditors have a number of options to collect unpaid debts.read more »
  • There are many alternative options available for a business facing financial difficulties other than bankruptcy. One alternative is to make an informal or formal proposal to the business’s creditors. ...read more »
  • If you want to stop conducting business and voluntarily dissolve your Ontario corporation, there are several steps that you need to complete.read more »
  • A business can choose to become bankrupt when it is insolvent and when it owes over $1,000. A business is insolvent when it is no longer able to pay its debts on time, or when the business cannot pay ...read more »
  • Having your own business can be a joy, but also a real pain. Whether you are planning on buying or selling a business, there are quite a few things to consider when doing either.read more »