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Bankruptcy Sudbury Trustees – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Bankruptcy Sudbury Trustees: Our trustees help individuals, who are trapped in debt, get out of debt and get their finances under control.
Sudbury bankruptcy is a legal process that is conducted by a government regulated bankruptcy trustee.
Bankruptcy Sudbury Licensed Insolvency Trustees: When you meet with our local trustee you will receive all of the information that you need about bankruptcy, consumer proposals, and other bankruptcy alternatives that will help solve your money problems.
To schedule your own personalized debt relief evaluation simply contact our team today.
The trustee will meet with you and offer a friendly review of your debt to help you identify possible ways to get out of debt.
Our Bankruptcy Trustees offer convenient appointment times, and can meet with you at your convenience to discuss your financial problems.
In some cases we can help individuals get out of debt without the need of going bankrupt or even making a consumer proposal.
After listening to the causes of your money problems our Bankruptcy Sudbury Licensed Insolvency Trustees will present to you all of the options that would work based on your financial problems, debt level and income.
- The cost of bankruptcy for most people will be $1,800.00 payable at the rate of $200.00 a month for nine months;
- Most people who file bankruptcy will keep all their assets, in accordance with the Ontario bankruptcy exemptions, and be out of bankruptcy in nine months;
- Bankruptcy is the quickest and most inexpensive way to achieve a fresh financial start.
- Consumer proposals are for people, who want to avoid bankruptcy, and keep assets that might be lost in a bankruptcy;
- A consumer proposals must provide more to the creditors than they would get in a bankruptcy;
- The payments would be approximately 50% of the debt owed or perhaps only 30%.