Can I leave some creditors out of my consumer proposal?
We get asked this question a lot. Unfortunately, the answer is no. You are required to include all of your unsecured creditors when you file a consumer proposal. If you owe money to your family and friends, this also includes them too. One of the conditions for submitting a consumer proposal is that all unsecured creditors are treated the same.
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