Airdrie Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
Airdrie Consumer Proposal Information.
Please contact our team as soon as is convenient for you to discuss your debt options:
Are you looking for Airdrie Bankruptcy help?
If you are facing problems controlling your money and debts, an Airdrie Bankruptcy can be the answer to your challenges.
You can turn to one of our local debt relief and Airdrie bankruptcy experts to learn more about the debt relief options that are available to you.
Rather than avoiding or ignoring your difficult financial problems you should seek the assistance that is available to you.
There is no need to feel ashamed or embarrassed because our trustees have worked with thousands of people in the same situation as you every year.
How an Airdrie Bankruptcy works when you meet with one of our trustees:
The trustee will start by scheduling a confidential evaluation meeting with you to discuss your assets, income and the debt challenges you have.
The trustee will listen to you and work closely with you to get all the answers to your questions and concerns so you can work together to come up with a plan on how to get out of debt.
The trustee can point out methods available to you that could allow you to get out of debt and avoid bankruptcy.
However, in some cases going bankrupt or making a consumer proposal can be the only method available for your unique financial challenging situation.
In this case, the trustee can help guide you through the insolvency process.
You can schedule a confidential evaluation with a professional trustee at 866-246-7277.
If you want to repay a portion of your debts you are able to make a proposal with the creditors that you owe money.
A consumer proposal allows you to repay a segment of your debt to your creditors over a period of up to a maximum of 5 years at little to no interest.
When making a proposal your assets are protected from seizure.
By declaring bankruptcy, you can get a fresh start quickly and easily because a bankruptcy will eliminate your debts within as little as 9 months.
Under the bankruptcy law you will have to turn over the assets you own that are not protected by the AB Bankruptcy Exemptions, however, most individuals going into bankruptcy have all of the property they own protected by the exemptions list.
If you are feeling that your debt is hopeless you need to get in touch with an Airdrie trustee in bankruptcy.
One of our trustees will meet with you right away, or at the earliest time available to you, to discuss your debts and help you figure out the best way in which to handle your debt.
Our trustees have decades of combined experience and have the skills and expertise to help guide you out of debt and to give you the skills to manage your finances in the future so you can avoid going bankrupt again.
A solution is available for your unique financial challenges.