We understand that facing a Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal can be a trying time. Our team of Licenced Insolvency Trustees are able to answer any question about our services. Here are some additional resources if you would ike to learn more on your own time.
Most people considering bankruptcy know little, if anything, about the process, how it works, or where they can go to find out more. There are a lot of stories about what happens to you if you go bankrupt, or how horrible a bankruptcy will be for you. Most have little to do with reality, and are totally wrong!
Financial Stress tears many families apart, and financial problems are the single biggest cause of Divorce in Canada. Virtually 100% of the people who contact or meet with us, and find out their options, say that they wish they had contacted us sooner. Most say that a weight has been lifted off their shoulders, and they can finally relax.
A little known bankruptcy alternative we would like to discuss with you, is a Consumer Proposal, where you can keep your assets, pay a reduced portion of your debt, with all interest charges waived.
General information about bankruptcy and consumer proposals is available on a series of websites sponsored by our firm, including our primary provincial wide website;
Other independent sources of information include the following:
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Thank you for all you assistance and help. You helped us recognize that all the stress and constant struggle with our bills was tearing us apart and most importantly, that we had options and didn’t need to let it happen.
You came highly recommended by a friend who used you a couple of years ago. It was extremely hard for us to take the first step and give you a call. After we called you, we immediately felt better about our situation.
Thanks for taking the time to help my mother, and going to see her in her home. This was an unbelievable level of service and certainly not expected. With her failing health, I know she really appreciated the care and attention.”