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A Step-by-Step Guide on How to File for Bankruptcy in Canada

Many Canadians struggle with debt; sometimes, bankruptcy is the last option to escape the crushing burden. This journey begins with filing for bankruptcy with the assistance of a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT), the only professional in Canada licensed and regulated to administer bankruptcies. Bankruptcy is a legal procedure where you surrender any non-exempt assets to […]


Bankruptcy Petition Mistakes to Avoid

Filing for bankruptcy can be a daunting process, filled with intricate details and legal procedures. It’s a decision often arrived at after much consideration and, typically, as a last resort to manage insurmountable debt. However, the complexity of bankruptcy filings means that it’s alarmingly easy to make mistakes that can affect the outcome, or even […]


What is Personal Bankruptcy and How Does It Work?

Bankruptcy has a reputation as one of the “uncomfortable” subjects that people don’t often discuss, and it is perhaps for this reason that there is a lot of false information out there. Add the stress of dealing with aggressive creditors and unpaid bills and it is no surprise that many people in debt suffer in […]


Welcome to the Chande & Company Blog

Helping people to resolve their debt problems is a top priority for Chande & Company. Our firm was founded by Licensed Insolvency Trustee Mihir (Mike) Chande in order to offer a more personalized approach to solving debt problems. Mike has combined insights from working in large firms with his experiences working in smaller practices.  We focus […]

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