Bankruptcy Trustee Vancouver – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Bankruptcy Trustee Vancouver – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

Contact a local Vancouver bankruptcy trustee to arrange a personalized insolvency evaluation:

(Weekdays 8am – 8:00pm. Sat. 9am – 3pm)
MNP Limited Vancouver BankruptcyMNP Limited, 604-757-0583
Toll Free: 1-888-389-0145

1021 West Hastings Street, Suite 1600 – MNP Tower, Vancouver, BC, V6E 0C3
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Bankruptcy Vancouver, Crowe MackayCrowe MacKay & Company Ltd., 604-757-0596
#1100, 1177 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6E 4T5
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(Weekdays 7:30am – 8:00pm. Sat. & Sun. 9am – 5pm)
Bankruptcy Vancouver Sands & AssociatesSands & Associates, 604-229-2479
Suite 1370 – 1100 Melville Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 4A6

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Bankruptcy Trustee Vancouver Campbell SaundersCampbell, Saunders Ltd., 604-757-0597
570 Granville Street, Suite 1000, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 3P1
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Vancouver South Bankruptcy Trustees

(Weekdays 8am – 8:00pm. Sat. 9am – 3pm)
bankruptcy trustee vancouver mnpMNP Limited, 604-757-0583
Toll Free: 1-888-389-0145

#1100 – 1200 West 73rd Avenue (In Airport Square), Vancouver BC, V6P 6G5
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Bankruptcy Trustee Vancouver:  The Vancouver bankruptcy trustees listed here are all knowledgeable, friendly, well trained, and highly ethical professionals, who are all members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP).

All CAIRP members are subject to a stringent set of ethics.

The bankruptcy laws in Vancouver were written to give a person who is hopelessly struggling with debt a “fresh start”. Our Vancouver bankruptcy trustees can help you decide how to best use the insolvency law to help with your situation.

Bankruptcy Trustee Vancouver:  Bankruptcy and consumer proposals:

Bankruptcy VancouverWhen going insolvent you can make a consumer proposal or declare bankruptcy. When you make a consumer proposal you are entering into a plan with your creditors to repay a portion (say 25%) of your debt over not more than 60 months. Consumer Proposals have certain benefits to going bankrupt that our trustees can explain. One of the most attractive parts of a proposal is you can keep property that might be lost in a bankruptcy.

When you make a consumer proposal you are entering into a plan with your creditors to repay a portion (say 25%) of your debt over not more than 60 months. Consumer Proposals have certain benefits to going bankrupt that our trustees can explain.

One of the most attractive parts of a proposal is you can keep property that might be lost in a bankruptcy because they are not included in the BC bankruptcy exemptions.

Filing bankruptcy with one of our Vancouver bankruptcy trustees allows for a fast and simple start to a fresh financial life. In most cases an individual can have all of their eligible debts eliminated within 9 months by going bankrupt.

In most cases the person going bankrupt has little or no assets that they would lose when filing bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy Trustee Vancouver: Our Approach:

If you require the professional services of the trustees they are able to make a payment plan for you. All trustees have an ethical requirement to advise a person when there is a possibility to avoid going bankrupt.

Every year we help many people just like yourself who are seeking relief from their debt. We are proud to have the opportunity to work closely with people who really need our help and expertise. Struggling with debt is no fun and can make your life feel stuck in neutral.

Call us today to arrange a personalized debt relief consultation with one of the local trustees partnered with Bankruptcy Canada. Our trustees offer an initial consultation meeting that is free and carries no obligation.

You can legally remove your debts by filing bankruptcy or making a consumer proposal under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. The first step in getting your debt under control is to contact our trustees, or by filling out an evaluation form to have a trustee contact you.

When you meet with one of our trustees we can go over your entire financial picture to get a full understanding of your financial struggles so it is possible for us to make the best suggestions for how you can personally handle your debt.

If you would like to eliminate your debt as quickly as possible, and you own only a few assets, it is probably best for you to declare bankruptcy.

For individuals who have many assets and a high income might have to declare a consumer proposal. Insolvency can stop all collection attempts and harassment from the people to whom you owe money.