If you’ve done any browsing on our website already, you may have seen us mention the rate of debt in Canada.
But, it’s worth mentioning again that the average Canadian is over $72,000 in debt.
Now, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and increased unemployment rate, that number is likely to increase.
More people are likely to find themselves struggling, financially.
When you feel like you’re stuck underneath a mountain of debt, it can be terrifying.
You might find yourself wondering what you’ll ever be able to do in order to climb out of it, and many people automatically assume they’ll have to file for bankruptcy.
But, there may be better options for you.
Thankfully, Bankruptcy Canada is here to help when it comes to deciding on those options, and helping you with debt relief in Quebec.
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How Can Bankruptcy Canada Help?
For the past 20+ years, we have helped Canadians from every walk of life start on their journey toward financial freedom and get out of debt.
Essentially, that allows people to make a fresh start without having to worry about their financial past.
We have helped over 100,000 people to get out of debt by assessing their financial situations and helping them to decide the best option.
While some financial companies might look at every case the same way, we recognize that there are no two cases that are exactly alike.
That’s why our team of Licensed Insolvency Trustees (LITs) across Canada work with each person on an individual basis.
The more we learn about you and your situation, the easier it is to come up with a debt relief plan that will work for you.
This can eliminate a portion of your debt and help you to feel more secure in your finances as you make payments.
Getting Started With Bankruptcy Canada
If you’re struggling with debt, you’re not alone.
But, ignoring that debt won’t make it go away, and trying to handle it yourself is an uphill battle.
Contact Bankruptcy Canada today to speak with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Quebec.
Your information will always be kept confidential, and once we go over your financial information, you are under no obligation to do anything.
But, we can lay out the best possible options for you when it comes to getting out of debt and wiping the slate clean of your financial issues.
Don’t let your debt consume your life.
Let Bankruptcy Canada be the foundation you continue to build upon to get control of your finances.
Information on Consumer Proposals
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Consumer Proposal Eligibility
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Personal Bankruptcy in Canada
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