Bankruptcy Burnaby – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Burnaby Licensed Insolvency Trustees

(Weekdays 7:30am – 8:00pm. Sat. & Sun. 9am – 5pm)

Sands Bankruptcy BurnabySands & Associates, 604-227-0587
Metrotower II, Suite 2600 – 4720 Kingsway, Burnaby, British Columbia, V5H 4N2

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Bankruptcy Burnaby Licensed Trustee MNPMNP Limited 604-210-3670

Suite 2600 – Metrotower II, 4720 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC, V5H 3N2
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J. Bottom Bankruptcy BurnabyJ. Bottom & Associates Ltd., 604-200-5268
#300 – 604 Columbia Street, New Westminster, British Columbia,  V3M 1A5
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Bankruptcy Burnaby A. Farber TrusteeA. Farber & Partners Inc., 778-402-0017
4720 Kingsway, Suite 2600, Burnaby, BC, V5H 4N2
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This Bankruptcy Burnaby page was written by local Burnaby bankruptcy trustees to provide information about going bankrupt or making a consumer proposal to creditors in the Burnaby area. Bankruptcy Canada has partnered with a team of local Burnaby insolvency trustees that are highly professional and ethical debt relief experts. Learn more about the options available to you by contacting us today to schedule a personalized confidential evaluation meeting. We are Licensed by the Federal Government to provide all debt relief services that are available to individuals, couples and families under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.

If you require our services the trustee can set up a payment plan for you. The Burnaby bankruptcy trustee of Bankruptcy Canada are friendly, experienced and certified by the CAIRP, which means you can always feel comfortable following the advice of the trustee.

Bankruptcy BurnabyBankruptcy Burnaby insolvency laws were written to give people who have become hopelessly trapped in debt a chance for a fresh start to their finances. By going bankrupt you can wipe out all of your eligible debt in as little as 9 months, and in most bankruptcies the debtor is able to keep all of their assets because they are protected under the bankruptcy exemptions in Burnaby. For individuals who would like to pay off their debts over a longer period of time can make a consumer proposal to their creditors. Under a proposal it is possible to repay a portion of your debt (say about 25 percent) over a period of time lasting up to 5 years, and usually from three to five years.