Bankruptcy & Insolvency

The administrative side of bankruptcy matters is typically handled by accounting firms who are licensed as trustees. However, some bankruptcies may lead to court proceedings. A creditor may object to a bankrupt being automatically discharged. There may be a dispute as to who has priority over assets in the bankruptcy. A creditor may receive a proposal filed by a debtor through the Bankruptcy & Insolvency Act. Our firm has represented trustees, bankrupt parties and creditors in the Court of Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal on these and other bankruptcy related matters.

Practising Lawyers

Carlson, Richard

Richards, Grant A.