What Do I Do If I Filed For Bankruptcy And Failed To Complete My Obligations

2012-08-14   minute read

If you filed bankruptcy and did not complete your obligations it is likely that you have not been discharged, which means you remain in bankruptcy and are still responsible for your debts that were owing at the date of bankruptcy. As an undischarged bankrupt you may not file another assignment in bankruptcy or a consumer proposal. However, you do not need to file another bankruptcy to deal with the outstanding issues. You should contact the trustee to make arrangements to complete your obligations and obtain your discharge. If the trustee has been discharged, its file may be closed, additional fees to reopen your file and complete the administration of your bankruptcy may be required. Also, If the trustee has been discharged, then the protection you received from your creditors has been lifted, so completing your obligations and getting your discharge should be a priority.

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