How can I get a bankruptcy discharge when my trustee no longer exists?
My bankruptcy was filed in 2003. I was to be discharged in 2004. However, the judge ruled I was to provide a statement from Alberta health care saying I owed nothing and by the time Alberta health care got around to it the trustee had been discharged and I hadn’t. So now it ten years later and I want to get it over with. How do I do it? I’ve asked the superintendent of bankruptcy and because my file was a paper file I have to get it front the court of Queen’s bench. So I’m at that point and the kicker is my trustee has since given up the profession and I can’t find him. So now I’m kind of stuck and I don’t know what to do next. Please help me!
It would be best and easiest for you to retain an insolvency lawyer to seek your bankruptcy discharge. Failing this you can appear in court acting on your own behalf.
You will have to get all the bankruptcy records from the courthouse and you will have to learn how to make the proper applications for your discharge.
– Licensed Insolvency Trustee