Bankruptcy Moncton – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Moncton – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

Bankruptcy Moncton, Allan MarshallAllan Marshall & Associates Inc., 506-801-1086
500 St. George Street,(Corner of Vaughn Harvey Boulevard & St. George Street), Moncton, NB, E1C 1Y3
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Grant Thornton, Bankruptcy Moncton Trustee
we-speak-frenchGrant Thornton Limited,
506-801-1055, Toll-Free: 1-888-296-2822
1405 Mountain Road, ATCAN Plaza, Unit 100, Moncton, NB, E1C 2T9

Do you need Bankruptcy Moncton Advice and Friendly Help?

Our team of local Moncton Licensed Insolvency Trustees can provide individuals living in the area who are considering making a consumer proposal or going bankrupt because they are trapped in debt.

Our web page was written to give individuals a good understanding of the Moncton bankruptcy laws and about going bankrupt and making a proposal to your creditors.

Bankruptcy Moncton – Our Trustees:

Bankruptcy MonctonAll of the trustees in Moncton that partner with Bankruptcy Canada are all certified members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP), which means they are highly trained and have a strict code of ethics to follow.

All of our trustees can offer a free consultation to discuss all of your debt relief options and the trustee will also set up a payment plan this is easy for you to follow.

Bankruptcy laws were written to give an individual who has become hopelessly trapped in a debt a chance for a fresh beginning by eliminating his or her debts in as little as 9 months, while also allowing the debtor to keep certain assets they own.

In most cases, you will be able to keep all of your assets because the NB Bankruptcy Exemptions protect assets from seizure in a bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy Moncton – bankruptcy and consumer proposals:

The trustee can help you with going bankrupt, making a consumer proposal, and in some cases, may be able to provide other forms of assistance.

If you decide to go into bankruptcy you can have your eligible debt wiped out by the bankruptcy in as little as nine months at a cost of $200 a month. Other individuals may decide a consumer proposal is the best course of action for them.

In that case, you can make an agreement with your creditors to repay a portion of your debts (say 20 or 30%) off over a period of time lasting for up to 5 years and generally lasts from 3 to 5 years.

When you are ready to speak with a trustee you can contact one of our trustees to schedule a confidential evaluation.