Bankruptcy Kelowna – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Please Call Jeane Herman at 1-888-389-0158 to schedule a confidential evaluation. You will find Jeane very approachable and friendly. She is Licensed by the Government.
Bankruptcy Kelowna is a legal process that allows local individuals to get out of debt. You are not alone if you are considering filing a personal bankruptcy or making a proposal to your creditors and our bankruptcy Kelowna trustee, Jeane Herman, is here to help you understand all of your options. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy trustees have helped many people over the years get out of debt and get their financial life on track.
Our friendly and respectful professionals of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP) are able to offer free and confidential initial evaluations so we can speak over your debts in a professional setting. Our office is located at #700, 1628 Dickson Avenue, Kelowna. You can reach our Licensed and regulated team of trustees at 1-888-389-0158.
The trustee that you meet with will give you the answer to all of your questions and make sure you get the advice you need to help you get out of debt. We will explain all of the options that are available to you and help you decide which is the best choice for you getting out of debt. In some cases our trustees will be able to help you get out of debt without having to use the services of the trustee.
If you would like to work with the trustee after going through the evaluation and listening to the advice of the trustee the trustee will help you go bankrupt or make a proposal in a professional and non judgemental manner.
Bankruptcy Kelowna – How bankruptcy and consumer proposals work:
Bankruptcy gives you a fresh start to your money problems by eliminating all of your eligible debt in only 9 months in most cases. Your assets can be protected from seizure under the BC Bankruptcy Exemptions.
By entering into a proposal with your creditors you can become debt free by paying off a portion of the debts you owe over a period of time lasting up to 5 years (most proposals will last 3 to five years).
Bankruptcy laws were put into place to give a person or a business struggling with debt an opportunity for a fresh start to their money problems. We are friendly, caring and respectful debt relief experts. The trustee can also provide you with the skills to manage your money in the future.
Please contact our team when you are ready to schedule a confidential evaluation.