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Though bankruptcy as a term is well known, the nuances of the process are often confusing for individuals to figure out.
Of course, it is a major process, but with the assistance of skilled financial advisors, it is definitely manageable.
An important part of the process is to seek out a reputable professional with a proven track record of success in the industry.
Ultimately, you want someone who can take you through the journey on a step by step basis.
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Once you identify the source of your bankruptcy advice, it is time to make an appointment for a no cost (or obligation) consultation.
You will meet with a bankruptcy trustee.
During the meeting they will go through your entire financial profile with you to discuss the potential courses of action available to you.
Over the course of the meeting, you will gain an understanding of how bankruptcy will impact your future.
Provided you choose to take the bankruptcy route, they will attempt to help you discharge the bankruptcy within the minimum amount of time – 9 months.
This means that you can project a debt-free status within less than a year.
In many cases, all of your debts, even your taxes or student loans can be included in the bankruptcy proceedings.
The goal with bankruptcy is to allow you to start anew while offering you protection against creditor action.
It halts all garnisheeing of your cheques and precludes, by law, collection agents from calling you.
Of course, it is a major decision; so, to ensure you make the right choice, seek out the assistance and advice of a trusted and experienced bankruptcy trustee.
All meetings are confidential and conducted with a view of getting you the best possible result.
Financial professionals are experienced in optimizing your future when it comes to debt – so don’t delay – contact them and book your meeting today.
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