Can I amend a Consumer Proposal?
The answer is yes. It is possible to amend a proposal if your circumstances change and you are unable to make the payments. This can happen if you lose a job, get laid off or have a serious medical condition or injury. We recommend that you contact the administrator of the consumer proposal as soon as you are having issues. Don't wait until you miss a couple of payments. The faster that you contact the administrator about your circumstances, the less complicated it will be to work out a solution. Your administrator will review your options to determine if your problems are temporary or permanent. They will find a solution that works best for you, so your consumer proposal can continue.
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