Bankruptcy Montreal – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Montreal – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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.

Bankruptcy Montreal, De Billy Tremblayde Billy-Tremblay & Associés, 514-500-0471
1255 University, suite 1515, Montréal, QC, H3B 3X2
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Bankruptcy Montreal, De Billy Tremblayde Billy-Tremblay & Associés, 514-500-0471
7930, 20e  Ave. Montreal, QC H1Z 3S7 (St-Michel)
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Bankruptcy Montreal, De Billy Tremblayde Billy-Tremblay & Associés, 514-500-0471
1830 Amherst Street, Montreal QC H2L 3L6
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We Offer Bankruptcy Montreal Help to All People and Businesses Needing Financial Assistance.

The Montreal bankruptcy trustees listed on this page are all well trained, professional members of the CAIRP, who follow a strict code of ethics and will answer your questions in a fair and honest manner.

If you have been thinking about declaring personal bankruptcy or filing a consumer proposal with your creditors, one of the Montreal bankruptcy trustees on our team can help you with the insolvency process.

In some cases, the trustee can help you get out of debt while avoiding bankruptcy or making a proposal.

Please call de Billy-Tremblay today at 514-500-0471.

Bankruptcy Montreal – Consumer proposals and bankruptcy:

Bankruptcy MontrealWhen you make a proposal to your creditors you can pay off a small portion of your debt (generally 20 to 30%) over a period of up to 5 years. Most consumer proposals last for 3 to 5 years and is popular for individuals who have assets that are not protected by the bankruptcy exemptions or who would otherwise like to pay off a portion of their debts.

A bankruptcy allows a person to eliminate their debts in as little as 9 months.

Bankruptcy allows a person or business to get a fresh start in a quick and easy manner.

Almost all people that file bankruptcy have little or no assets that they will lose when going bankrupt because of bankruptcy exemptions.

When you are ready to discuss your debt relief options with a Montreal bankruptcy trustee you can contact a member of our team to schedule your own personalized evaluation to talk about your options for dealing with your debt.

The initial consultation is always free and 100% confidential.

The trustee can explain the rights you have, discuss your options, explain how you can keep your property because the bankruptcy exemptions protect the assets from seizure, and how all your eligible debts can be eliminated.

One of the main purposes of bankruptcy law is to allow a person to have a fresh financial start.