Bankruptcy Coquitlam – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Coquitlam / Maple Ridge – Licensed Insolvency Trustee

Coquitlam Bankruptcy Trustees

MNP Coquitlam BankruptcyMNP Limited, 604-229-2480
205 Newport Drive, Suite 601, Port Moody, British Columbia, V3H 5C9
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J. Bottom Bankruptcy CoquitlamJ. Bottom & Associates Ltd., 604-200-5268
#300 – 604 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC, V3M 1A5
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(Weekdays 7:30am – 8:00pm. Sat. & Sun. 9am – 5pm)

Sands Bankruptcy CoquitlamSands & Associates, 604-229-2471
Suite 209, 2099 Lougheed Highway, Shaughnessy Square, Port Coquitlam, BC, V3B 1A8

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Maple Ridge Bankruptcy Trustees

MNP Coquitlam BankruptcyMNP Limited, 604-210-3670
Toll Free: 1-888-389-0155
201 – 11939 224th Street, Maple Ridge, BC, V2X 6B2
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(Weekdays 7:30am – 8:00pm. Sat. & Sun. 9am – 5pm)

Sands Bankruptcy CoquitlamSands & Associates, 604-229-2478
#200-11830-223rd Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia, V2X 5Y1

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Bankruptcy CoquitlamBankruptcy Coquitlam:  When faced with financial difficulties and overwhelming debts it can be confusing to know how to proceed. This is where the team of Coquitlam bankruptcy trustees and Maple Ridge consumer proposal administrators from Bankruptcy Canada comes in.

Our professionally certified trustees offer a free, no obligation consultation meeting to discuss you debts with you.

You can get the answers to your questions and have all of your concerns addressed so you can feel confident that you are making an informed decision about your debts.

Bankruptcy Coquitlam – Trustee Services:

All of the trustees that we partner with are members of the CAIRP, and they must follow a strict set of rules and ethics. The trustee will always provide the best advice possible based on all the circumstances surrounding your personal situation – even if that means not going bankrupt or using the trustees service in any way!

The initial insolvency consultation is always confidential and there is no obligation or risk. The meeting is free and can take place in person in our offices or over the telephone. Payment plans are possible if necessary and the fees the trustee charges are regulated by the government.

The trustee can explain everything to you during the consultation including possible alternatives to bankruptcy, making a proposal to your creditors in a consumer proposal or going bankrupt if that is the best possible solution. In a bankruptcy the individual is allowed to keep certain assets, known as the bankruptcy exemptions.

Bankruptcy Coquitlam – How bankruptcy and consumer proposals work:

Going into bankruptcy can allow you to wipe out your debt in a quick and affordable manner, while also treating the creditors to who you owe money fairly. No one wants to declare bankruptcy, but sometimes life presents situations that are not expected. Bankruptcy allows you to get a fresh start and move on with your life. You can begin on the path to financial success and rebuilding your credit.

We work closely with each individual seeking our expertise because we know that each situation is different and each individual calls for a personalized path out of debt. We can schedule a confidential consultation at any time that is convenient with you. We will review your finances and debts and provide you with our honest opinion. You can feel assured that we will work hard to relieve you of your debt.

Some individuals would like to repay their debts over a period of time and by making a Proposal to your creditors you can set up a debt repayment plan that will last from three to five years. The trustee can help you come up with a proposal that will both be accepted by the creditors and afforable and easy enough for you to follow that you can feel comfortable that you will eventually be out of debt.