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COVID-19 Consumer Proposal Payment Arrears
Author : stevewelker
APRIL 27, 2020 UPDATE An order of the Superior Court of Ontario, on application of the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy was passed on April 27, 2020 that allows individuals who filed their consumer proposals prior to June 30, 2020 the ability to miss th...
Is A Proposal Legally Binding?
Author : stevewelker
A Proposal is a formal legal proceeding that can only be filed with the help of a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in accordance with section 50 or 66 of...
We Are Moving!
Author : stevewelker
We're excited to announce that our head office is moving to Suite 314 at 200 Ronson Drive in Etobicoke, near Martin Grove, Dixon, and the 401 effect...
We’re Growing (again!)
Author : stevewelker
Steve Welker and Company Inc. is a growing Licensed Insolvency Trustee practice in the Greater Toronto Area that provides insolvency services to consu...
Can A Bankrupt Lawyer Practice Law?
Yes, even lawyers can struggle with debt, and when they do their first question is often: How will a consumer proposal or assignment in bankruptcy aff...
407 Plate Denial: When Can I Renew My Plates After Filing A Consumer Proposal or Bankruptcy
So you owe the 407 and you can't renew your plates through the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO). If you file a consumer proposal, we will not...
Consumer Proposals, Bankruptcy and RECO: Information for Realtors
Updated March 1, 2022 The Real Estate Council of Ontario, or RECO, regulates real estate professionals in the province.  It enforces the Real Estat...
Our Operations Are Expanding!
Are you or someone you know interested in working with people in need of financial assistance?  We have an exciting opportunity that will allow the su...
407 Debts Are Now Dischargeable by Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals
Great News: The 407 can no longer prevent you from renewing your plates if your 407 debt was discharged by a consumer proposal or bankruptcy. Both ba...