Bankruptcy Kemptville – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Bankruptcy Kemptville – Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Schedule a confidential Kemptville financial evaluation meeting: 1-888-480-3794
Please Call David Brown at 1-888-480-3794 to schedule a confidential evaluation.
David is friendly, caring and Licensed by the Government.
Bankruptcy Kemptville: The CAIRP certified trustees of Bankruptcy Canada offer initial consultation meetings to talk over your debt and assets so you can learn about all of the options that are available to you for getting out of debt.
David Brown, the Kemptville bankruptcy trustee that is listed on our page is a member of the CAIRP and this means that all members of our team must follow a strict code of ethical practices when assisting individuals in need of debt help.
Bankruptcy law was written in the province to give you a chance for a fresh start if you have become hopelessly trapped in overwhelming debt.
Bankruptcy Kemptville – Available trustee services:
To learn more about how going bankrupt or making a proposal can help you with your debt please contact our team to schedule a no risk, 100% confidential evaluation review with one of our local trustees to discuss your debt, assets and income.
Once we have a full understanding of your financial picture we can help you formulate a plan for getting out of debt. This could include:
• Going bankrupt;
• Debt restructuring;
• Other possible debt relief methods that might be available based on your finances.
Bankruptcy Kemptville – An explanation of bankruptcy and consumer proposals:
When you declare personal bankruptcy your eligible debt can be eliminated in as little as nine months. Most people who go bankrupt have little income and no assets and therefore bankruptcy gives an easy and quick fresh start.
If you and the trustee decide that you should make a consumer proposal there are a number of advantages:
- You are not filing bankruptcy;
- You can keep all your assets, even those that might be lost in a bankruptcy;
- Your monthly payments may be lower than a bankruptcy;
- You do not have to make monthly reports as are required in a bankruptcy.