111 Waterloo Street, Suite 310
London, ON N6B 2M4

Initial Consultation

July 26, 2018

Your initial consultation with our firm is completely free, so are most follow up appointments.  Some of our clients need more than one initial consultation, we promise not to rush you or try to rush you into making an important decision about dealing with your creditors. During the initial consultation we will review all your […]


July 23, 2018

The word fraud scares many debtors, especially if they told white lies on credit applications, etc. But is that white lie, error or omission enough?  Generally speaking the answer is no, fraud must be meticulously argued and proven in court it is not enough that a situation has “the badges of fraud” (or prima facie […]

Superintendent of Bankruptcy

July 19, 2018

Who is the Superintendent of Bankruptcy? The Superintendent of Bankruptcy is government appointed official who serves a term of not more than five years in the post, subject to renewal. The Superintendent has extensive powers that are conferred pursuant to Sections 5 & 6 of the Bankruptcy & Insolvency Act. Although headquartered in Ottawa, the […]

CMHC Insurance

July 18, 2018

The cost of paying CMHC insurance (or similar private insurance) is very high and one that consumers should be properly advised on and educated about. The CMHC was formed in 1946 with a mandate to help provide housing for returning WWII veterans. Its mandate has subsequently been expanded several times by successive governments. In 1954 […]

Minimum wage and debt

July 16, 2018

Incomes in Canada are not keeping pace with the cost of living which is driving people to be more dependent on credit cards. Minimum wage earners , as evidenced in the linked CBC story, are highly likely to incur debt they can’t realistically manage. According to Statistics Canada incomes increased between 2012 and 2016 by 1.8% […]