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Abbotsford Bankruptcy Trustees – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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We wrote this page on bankruptcy in Abbotsford to provide individuals, who are struggling with debt, the information needed to make an informed decision on their options for a debt free life.
Reliable and trusted help is available:
Finding trusted help for your debt problems can be challenging. Many companies promise to help you with your debt, stop collection calls, and protect you from asset seizure, wage garnishment and other legal actions from your creditors.
The truth is that ONLY a bankruptcy trustee has the powers to protect you from creditor harassment, your property and assets being seized, and your wages being garnished. Trustees have their fees regulated by the government so the cost is the same regardless of which trustee you use.
Our Abbotsford Bankruptcy Trustees will give you a free, no obligation initial consultation. There is nothing to lose but your debts by talking with a debt relief expert at Bankruptcy Canada today.
All of the Abbotsford bankruptcy trustees are members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP), which means that they are highly trained and must follow the highest levels of ethical standards. Our trustees are able to provide you with a free initial consultation that is confidential and carries no risk or obligation.
The bankruptcy laws in Canada were written to provide individuals a chance for a new start free of their debts.
Personal bankruptcy wipes out all of a person’s eligible debts usually within nine months. In the vast majority of cases, the debtor has no assets that he or she would lose because their belongings are protected under the bankruptcy exemptions. A Consumer Proposal is for people who want to pay off a portion of their debts (Say 20 or 30 percent) over a period of usually three to five years.
If you still have questions and concerns you can visit our Bankruptcy FAQ page or contact a local trustee in your area for the best possible personalized assistance.