Bankruptcy Trustee Mississauga – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Trustee Mississauga

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.

Mississauga Licensed Insolvency Trustees

A. Farber Bankruptcy MississaugaA. Farber & Partners Inc., 1-844-294-7980
3660 Hurontario Street, Suite 305, Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 3C4
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David Sklar, Bankruptcy Mississauga Professional8languagesDavid Sklar & Associates Inc., 647-931-5373
130 Dundas Street East (at Hurontario), Ste 306, Mississauga ON L5A 1W7
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Deloitte Restructuring Mississauga Bankruptcywe-speak-frenchDeloitte Restructuring Inc., 1-888-389-0171
Toll-Free: 1-888-389-0171

1 City Centre Drive, Suite 500, Mississauga, Ontario L5B 1M2
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Bankruptcy Trustee MississaugaBankruptcy Trustee Mississauga Professional Help:

Our Licensed Mississauga bankruptcy trustee has been qualified by the Federal Government to give debt help to individuals struggling with paying off their debt.

We offer an array of solutions such as consumer proposals, declaring bankruptcy and certain alternatives to bankruptcy that can help families, couples and individuals solve their financial problems such as credit card debt, the threats of your wages being garnished (removed from your bank), and collection agencies calling to seek collection on your debt that you are unable to make.

When you declare bankruptcy you can stop most collection attempts, eliminate most, and in most cases, all of your debt, and erase the stress and debt that is overwhelming your life.

The purpose of this page on our website is to provide those from Mississauga who need help with debt who are thinking about bankruptcy or a consumer proposal as a way of getting their debt under control the information that is required so they can make an informed decision on how to get out of debt.

Bankruptcy Trustee MississaugaBankruptcy Trustee Mississauga – Your protection when dealing with a trustee:

Our Mississauga trustees listed here are regulated and Licensed and most follow a high code of professional ethics.

Our trustees can provide you with a confidential consultation which can allow you to get the debt relief help you need. We can discuss your rights and help you find the best path for getting your debt under control.

This meeting is completely free and you can also have your consultation over the phone if you prefer.

You can get a fresh start by wiping out your debt with the help of our regulated Mississauga bankruptcy trustee.

Bankruptcy Trustee MississaugaBankruptcy Trustee Mississauga – Consumer Proposals:

As an alternative to bankruptcy our trustee can also serve as a consumer proposal administrator that allows you to make a debt repayment plan with your creditors known as a consumer or personal proposal.

We can help you explore whether a proposal can work as a debt relief option for you based on your financial situation and what your budget allows you to afford.

We have the experience to make sure your consumer proposal is accepted and affordable for you.

When you choose us to act as your trustee or proposal administrator we guarantee that you will be treated with full respect, we will give you the best advice based on your circumstances, your emails will be answered, your questions will be asked and you will have full contact with the trustee by phone when you need.

Bankruptcy Trustee MississaugaBankruptcy Trustee Mississauga – Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals:

One of the main purposes of Bankruptcy Law is to give a person, who is hopelessly burdened with debt, a fresh start by wiping out his or her debts.

A Bankruptcy wipes out all a person’s eligible debts usually within nine months.

In the vast majority of cases, the debtor has no assets that he or she would lose.

Bankruptcy gives a person a relatively quick “fresh start.

A Consumer Proposal is for people who want to pay off a portion of their debts (Say 20 or 30 percent) over a period of usually three to five years.

Also Refer to our: Bankruptcy FAQ’s & Assets that can be kept: Ontario Bankruptcy Exemptions.