Bankruptcy Manitoba – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Brandon, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustee
Deloraine, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustees
Killarney, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustee
Neepawa, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustee
Portage La Prairie, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustee
Souris, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustees
Steinbach, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustee
Virden, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustees
Winnipeg, Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustees
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Under Bankruptcy Manitoba law, trustees regulated by the government and are subjected to strict ethical standards. When you contact one of the bankruptcy trustees listed here you can arrange a no cost obligation meeting to discuss your finances and your debts. Your bankruptcy trustee can also set up for you a payment plan if you require to pay for their services (a bankruptcy will cost $1,800 over 9 months for a simple, first time bankruptcy.) Insolvency professionals can also help you with determining whether you should file bankruptcy or make a consumer proposal.
Bankruptcy laws are written to allow individuals who are buried with debt to receive a discharge from their debts in a fair, honest and legal manner.
If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy you have come to the right place. You can find all the information you need about bankruptcy on our website, and when you are ready to contact a bankruptcy trustee you can find a list of professional trustees on our site. When you are ready to learn more about bankruptcy, one of our trustees will provide you with a free bankruptcy evaluation consultation.
Bankruptcy trustees can also help you with making a consumer proposal to your creditors. A consumer proposal will involve repaying a portion of your debts (20 to 30%) over a three to five year period. If you file for bankruptcy you can receive a discharge of your eligible debts within 9 months. Manitoba bankruptcy can provide you with a quick and simple “fresh start.”
You can read our FAQ page to get the answers to some of the more common bankruptcy questions, but if you still have bankruptcy questions after viewing our site you can Ask a Bankruptcy Trustee your question, or schedule a free appointment with a trustee
Many people are worried about getting credit after bankruptcy and getting a credit card again, however once you have been discharged from bankruptcy you can begin rebuilding your credit, including getting a credit card.
People are also worried about losing their belongings and property when they file bankruptcy because they have heard a misconception. To see what assets you can keep when filing bankruptcy visit our Manitoba bankruptcy exemptions page.
Why Using a Manitoba Bankruptcy Trustee
For Debt Relief Is Your Best Choice:
Ethics and Integrity: Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustees are subject to a stringent code of ethics and their conduct is regulated by the government. Before a trustee can receive their trustee license they must be investigated thoroughly by the RCMP.
Cost: Bankruptcy Manitoba Trustees are regulated by the government so the cost will be the same regardless of which trustee you use.
Trustees Can Also Provide Debt Counselling: In addition to helping people file bankruptcy or make a consumer proposal, bankruptcy trustees are also skilled debt consultants that can provide counselling. A bankruptcy trustee can help you avoid bankruptcy by making a consumer proposal, and negotiate with your creditors.
Bankruptcy Trustees Provide You With Protection: Bankruptcy trustees are regulated by the Canadian government and also must abide by a strict code of ethics.
Trustees Are Well Trained Professionals: A trustee in bankruptcy is a well trained professional regulated by the government of Canada. Before the trustee can be granted their trustee license they must have a vigorous background check completed by the police and complete a three year training course on bankruptcy and the law.