Remember that TV commercial where four out of five dentists recommended a certain toothpaste? It may seem strange that a dentist would advise you on how NOT to get cavities, but it makes sense: a dentist is the best source of information on how to avoid cavities, since they see cavities every day.
The same is true when it comes to bankruptcy alternatives. It may seem strange, but often the best source for information about how to avoid bankruptcy are the people who do bankruptcies: bankruptcy trustees in Canada, and bankruptcy attorneys in the United States.
To help you research your options we have assembled a list of the following bankruptcy resources to help you evaluate your bankruptcy alternatives:
If you live in the United States, a great resource is Bankruptcy America; they even provide a free personal bankruptcy evaluation form to help you decide if personal bankruptcy is right for you.
Residents of Canada can get similar help at Bankruptcy Canada; be sure to check out the largest bankruptcy blog in Canada.
If you live in Ontario, Canada, you can find information on the Bankruptcy Ontario web site. Information is also available for individual cities in Ontario, including bankruptcy Kitchener, bankruptcy Cambridge, bankruptcy Guelph, bankruptcy Toronto, bankruptcy Windsor, bankruptcy London, and bankruptcy Hamilton.
You have options, so contact an expert and decide if bankruptcy, or a bankruptcy alternative, is right for you.
Posted by Editor Bankruptcy Alternatives @ 5:03 pm