Bankruptcy Nova Scotia - Bankruptcy Trustees in Nova Scotia
Get Out of Debt Quickly and Easily
The thought of going bankrupt in Nova Scotia can be quite intimitating, but we are here to assist you, regardless of how dire your financial situation may seem.
We have many decades of experience in helping people understand Nova Scotia bankruptcy laws, and you can trust our friendly and caring advice.
If you would like information on how our bankruptcy trustees in Nova Scotia can help you work towards a debt-free future, please call our friendly insolvency team to schedule a risk-free debt evaluation.
We will help you examine your income, debt, finances, and assets to see how we can help you reach your financial goals.
We are committed to helping you get out of debt.
Declaring Bankruptcy in Nova Scotia is a difficult decision
When you are dealing with a debt situation that is overwhelming, you might have a difficult time deciding where to turn to for help.
Before you consider personal bankruptcy as an option, you should meet with one of our trustees in Nova Scotia who are experts in the Nova Scotia bankruptcy laws.
We will help you explore all of your options to determine if bankruptcy is indeed the right solution for your debt problems.
If another way to get out of debt is more appropriate, such as a consumer proposal, we will help you with this.
Only one of our licensed insolvency trustees can help you with personal bankruptcy or consumer proposals.
What is the Process of Going Bankrupt in Nova Scotia?
Should you decide declaring bankruptcy is right for you, we will help you through the entire process.
The process of going bankrupt includes:
- Meeting with a licensed insolvency trustee in Nova Scotia for a free, confidential evaluation to discuss your debts to see if bankruptcy is right for you,
- If you decide to file bankruptcy, you will sign the paperwork your trustee provides you with,
- The trustee will file the paperwork electronically with the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy and notify your creditors once you are comfortable with signing the paperwork,
- Once your bankruptcy has been filed legal protection from your creditors will go into place, known as the automatic stay of proceedings, that will stop collection calls, wage garnishments and will unfreeze your bank account,
- During the bankruptcy period you will attend two financial counselling sessions with your trustee,
- If you complete all your duties and make the necessary payments (usually $200 a month for 9 months) on time you will receive your bankruptcy discharge after 9 months.
- You can begin rebuilding your financial life and credit after you receive your discharge.
Speak With a Bankruptcy Trustee in Nova Scotia to Learn More
If you are dealing with a debt problem and feel that declaring bankruptcy in Nova Scotia could be right for you please reach out to our team today.
You will find us friendly, caring and respectful.
We offer no-pressure, no-risk and cost free 60 minute consultations so you can learn about your options for getting out of debt.
Debt doesn't have to dictate to you any longer.
Learn how you can put debt behind you for good and become debt free today.
Determing the Best Way to Get Out of Debt in Nova Scotia
If you are considering claiming bankruptcy, the first thing you should do is to contact your local Bankruptcy Canada Licensed Insolvency Trustee to speak about your available options to get out of debt.
Our friendly insolvency team will help you determine the best way for you to get out of debt.
In some cases, filing for bankruptcy in Nova Scotia will be the best option and if so, we will help you understand the entire process of going bankrupt.
In other cases, we can help you explore other debt solutions that will work better for you.
We can help with several other debt relief alternatives to your debt problems, such as:
When you are struggling with debt and looking for a way to get out of debt, it can be challenging to know who to turn to and what to do next.
Fortunately there are several solutions to you, including filing for personal bankruptcy.
At Bankruptcy Canada we are experienced and knowledgeable debt experts who can help you get out of debt in a way that fits your unique financial challengings.
With the help of our friendly debt relief team we can explore all of your debt relief options.
All of the Licensed Insolvency Trustees of Bankruptcy Canada are members of CAIRP (Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restrucuring Professionals).
CAIRP is the governing body that advocates for the insolvency (bankruptcy and consumer proposal) process in Canada.