Bankruptcy Oakville – Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Please Call Mahmood Chagani at 1-877-223-3075 to schedule a confidential evaluation.
Mahmood is friendly, caring and Licensed by the Government
Are you thinking about entering into a consumer proposal with your creditors or going bankrupt?
The services of a professional Oakville licensed insolvency trustee are required to assist you with the process.
You should not have to work through the challenge of overwhelming debt alone.
We have a team of local professional debt relief experts that are partnered with Bankruptcy Canada to provide debt relief services to the individuals of the Oakville area.
All of the Licensed Insolvency trustees that are listed with us on Bankruptcy Canada are friendly, experienced and well trained. We have the knowledge to help you with all different financial challenges.
Please call our MNP Oakville bankruptcy trustee, Mahmood Chagani, at 1-877-223-3075.
Bankruptcy Oakville – Why you can rest assured when dealing with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee:
When dealing with debtors seeking help with their finances a trustee must act in a professional member at all times and follow their code of ethical practices.
One of the ethical requirements of a trustee in bankruptcy is to provide a person with all of the options that are available to them regardless of if that advice means the debtor won’t use the services of the trustee.
Therefore you can always fee comfortable that the trustee will provide you with the best advice and you will never be pressured into going bankrupt or using the trustees’ service.
Bankruptcy Oakville – How bankruptcy and consumer proposals work:
We offer confidential evaluation meetings so that you can speak about your debts, income and assets with a local debt professional.
The insolvency laws of Oakville were written to provide people who are trapped in debt with a chance for a fresh start, while also preventing creditors from contacting you for collection or any other reason.
The trustee can discuss with you all of the options that are available to you.
A consumer proposal or going bankrupt are only two of the options that might be available to you.
Our partners are able to help analyze your finances so you can get your finances on the right track.
Bankruptcy gives a quick fresh start by eliminating your debts in as little as nine months, while a consumer proposal is intended to allow you to repay some of your debt over a period of up to five years. The exemptions in the province allow you to keep the assets that you own.