Bankruptcy Mackenzie – Licensed Insolvency Trustee

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Bankruptcy Mackenzie – Licensed Insolvency Trustee

When you locate a trustee in your area you can request a confidential evaluation by phone or set up a FREE confidential consultation at the trustee’s office.

Residents of the Mackenzie area can file a bankruptcy or proposal online or on the phone, please call 888 224 3394

Greg Best, Bankruptcy MackenzieGreg Best, 1-888-224-3394

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Our Bankruptcy Mackenzie trustees in bankruptcy are able to provide individuals in Mackenzie who are considering going bankrupt or making a proposal the information about Mackenzie bankruptcy and making a proposal in Mackenzie the individual needs to feel comfortable about how to handle their debts.

Our website provides connection with local Mackenzie trustees that can provide you with a confidential and no risk bankruptcy evaluation by calling our team at 888-224-3394.

Bankruptcy Mackenzie:  The trustees in Mackenzie that are listed on this page are members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP). CAIRP members must follow strict ethical and professional standards.

We will be pleased to provide a free initial consultation to discuss your needs in private and our trustees will be happy to set up a monthly payment agreement with you if necessary.

Bankruptcy Mackenzie – bankruptcy and consumer proposals explained:

Bankruptcy law allows for a fresh start by eliminating debt and protecting debtors from creditor harassment; bankruptcy provides a relatively quick and easy start to a fresh financial life.

When filing a consumer proposal an individual is able to repay a portion of their debts over three to five years.

In a proposal, most individuals repay approximately 20% of their debts.

When going bankrupt an individual can have all of their eligible debts wiped out within as little as nine months.

Most bankrupts have all of their assets protected by the bankruptcy exemptions in BC.