Bankruptcy Laval – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Laval Licensed Insolvency Trustees

Arrange a Free and Confidential Laval Financial Evaluation With a Trustee at MNP Limited:

Bankruptcy Laval MNPMNP Limited, 450-231-1226
500, boul. Saint-Martin Ouest, Bureau 520 Laval, QC, H7M 3Y8
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laval-bankruptcy-mnp-limitedMNP Limited, 450-231-0118
(Métro Concorde)
Bureau 202, 2 Boul de la Concorde O, Laval, QC, H7N 6G6
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Bankruptcy Laval: Do you have serious money problems in Laval and are seeking the assistance of a caring, friendly professional Laval bankruptcy trustee to help guide you through a bankruptcy or consumer proposal?

Bankruptcy Laval – You can set your mind at ease when dealing with our Trustees:

The professional trustees of Bankruptcy Canada are certified by the CAIRP and therefore they have a strict code of professional standards and ethics in which they must follow.

You can contact us when you are ready to speak with a trustee to get a free evaluation that is also completely confidential to get friendly and honest advice about how to deal with your finances.

We can also discuss bankruptcy alternatives that might be available to you.

Bankruptcy Laval – bankruptcy and consumer proposals:

We are committed to successfully helping individuals resolve their debt. Bankruptcy can help you wipe out your debt in nine months in most cases or 21 months in certain rare cases (such as you have been bankrupt previously).

A person can also make a consumer proposal to their creditors to who they owe money which we can also help you with. When going bankrupt you can keep most of your assets because the QC bankruptcy exemptions provide a list of assets a bankrupt may keep if going bankrupt.

A proposal allows an individual to make a proposal to their creditors to repay a certain percentage of the debt they owe.

Generally, a person will repay approximately 25 percent of their debt over a period of time from three to five years.

We have a team of friendly and caring bankruptcy professionals ready to assist you with tackling your debt so you can get out of debt and learn the skills needed to manage your money in the future with success.