Bankruptcy Nanaimo – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Bankruptcy Nanaimo – Licensed Insolvency Trustees.
Please call 250-999-0515 to arrange a Nanaimo debt evaluation.
Bankruptcy Nanaimo: Speak to Our Trustee About The Assistance We Can Offer.
When you are facing debt in Nanaimo you can contact the local Nanaimo bankruptcy trustee that is partnered with Bankruptcy Canada to schedule a risk free, confidential consultation meeting risk free, confidential consultation meeting to discuss all of your debt relief options, including filing bankruptcy, making a consumer proposal or other debt relief methods that a trustee could help you with.
The bankruptcy law in Nanaimo were written to give an individual who is hopelessly buried in debt a chance for a fresh start.
The laws also provide protection against creditor harassment.
All trustees listed on BankruptcyCanada.com are certified members of the CAIRP (Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals).
Bankruptcy Nanaimo – How you are protected when dealing with our trustees:
If you are looking for debt relief you can be assured that a trustee in bankruptcy is a highly ethical and trained professional who will always give you the best advice, regardless of whether that means you will use the services of the trustee or not.
The CAIRP has a strict code of ethics that all trustees must follow and the trustee is also required to be highly trained.
We offer confidential and no risk evaluation meetings so you can discuss your debts and assets with a trustee so you can get the best, personalized advice available for your situation.
Bankruptcy Nanaimo – Consumer Proposals and Bankruptcy:
Nanaimo bankruptcy can provide relief from your debt in as little as 9 months.
When going bankrupt the BC Bankruptcy Exemptions protect your assets from seizure and most individuals who declare bankruptcy are able to keep everything that they own.
We can answer all of your questions and make sure you feel comfortable that bankruptcy is the right decision for you.
Bankruptcy is designed to give you a fresh start in a relatively fast and easy manner.
An individual who would like to pay off their debts over a period of time can make a Nanaimo Consumer Proposal.
One of the main reasons a person would file a proposal with their creditors is because they have assets that are not protected by the exemptions, however, there are many reasons why a person may file a proposal.
Most proposals will last from 3 to 5 years and will have you pay off approximately 25% of your debt.