Calgary, Canada, June 22, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Personal Bankruptcy Canada has organised a comprehensive website full of information for Canadians who are facing the reality of having to declare bankruptcy. Tens of thousands of people across the country are struggling with the confusing decision after coming to the conclusion that their finances can no longer support their families, and many people need information to understand how to get through these difficult times and get their finances back on track. This is where Personal Bankruptcy Canada's website steps in.
Users of the information on Personal Bankruptcy Canada's website, located at http://www.personalbankruptcycanada.ca, can begin their review of the bankruptcy process by reading through some of the 165 blog posts that are available. The posts cover topics such as how debt counseling works, what people should do if they are offered bad credit loans or credit cards and how to continue purchasing everyday necessities while dealing with financial hardship. People who have already declared bankruptcy can read posts regarding the process of reestablishing credit following a bankruptcy discharge.
Infographics give users of the website a visual representation on bankruptcy and the financial problems that thousands of Canadians are facing today. Two infographics regarding Canadian consumer insolvency in the past few years highlight the trend of choosing a consumer proposal for debt relief purposes instead of going through the process of filing for bankruptcy. An infographic on the process of filing for bankruptcy provides a detailed and easy to understand outline of what consumers need to do to file for bankruptcy in Canada.
A bankruptcy forum provides the support that people need when they are going through the bankruptcy process. The process may seem overwhelming and even embarrassing, and Personal Bankruptcy Canada's forum lets people who are in the same situation get together to discuss navigating through bankruptcy. The forum lets people know that they are not alone in this process and that thousands of other Canadians are struggling with the same concerns.
Consumers with general questions related to the topic of bankruptcy, credit counseling and debt consolidation can check out the frequently asked questions for quick, useful information. Not only do these quick answers to popular questions provide information on the technical process of filing for bankruptcy or using an alternative debt relief solution, but the answers also provide reassurance that financial hardship is usually not the fault of the individual and is nothing to be ashamed about.
A free, 34-page ebook is available for consumers who would like an in-depth review of how to manage debt now and prevent recurring debt issues in the future.
Any consumer wondering if bankruptcy is the right choice can use the online evaluation form that is designed to provide feedback regarding each individual's specific situation. Information regarding the reason for debt issues, income and expenses is collected so that a representative can provide personalised advice. Consumers can be assured that all information submitted in the online evaluation form is safe and secure.