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Duties of a bankrupt. What are they?

Your duties after filing for bankruptcy

You’ve met with a trustee in bankruptcy and have decided your best solution is to file for bankruptcy.  Once you have signed the paperwork and the Bankruptcy is filed, there will be an automatic “stay of proceedings” which stops all of your creditors from taking any further collection action.  You will then be breathing easier since all collection calls and notices will have stopped.  At that point you may feel as if the process is complete and you can move on with your life.
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Can I keep a credit card when filing bankruptcy or a consumer proposal?

A question that is frequently asked during consultations is whether they can keep a credit card when filing bankruptcy or a consumer proposal.  The question usually is about a credit card with a low or nil balance. You may want to keep it for any unforeseen expenses that may arise, as well as for particular instances where credit cards are needed, such as flight or hotel bookings.

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