Bankruptcy Whitby – Consumer Proposals & Filing Bankruptcy in Whitby, ON
Bankruptcy Whitby –
Consumer Proposals & Filing Bankruptcy in Whitby, ON
Burton, Dey & Associates LTD., 1-888-820-4037
107 Kent Street, Whitby, ON, L1N 4Y1 (Just off Dundas St. (Hwy#2)
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Please Call Kelly Dey at 1-888-820-4037 to schedule a confidential evaluation. Kelly is friendly, caring and Licensed by the Government.
Bankruptcy Whitby: Our Whitby Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Kelly Dey, offers free and confidential evaluation meetings with individuals in Whitby who are thinking about making a consumer proposal or going bankrupt to deal with their overwhelming debts.
Our Whitby trustees are all professional members of the CAIRP (Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals) who must follow a strict code of ethics.
Bankruptcy Canada’s Licensed Insolvency Trustees are pleased to offer confidential and no risk initial bankruptcy / proposal evaluations to discuss all of your debt relief options.
Please call the Burton, Dey & Associates LTD bankruptcy office at 1-888-820-4037 to speak about how you can get out of debt.
The Whitby bankruptcy laws were written to provide people struggling with debts protection from harassing creditor collection attempts and to eliminate all eligible debts to allow for a chance for a fresh start to a healthy financial life.
Whitby Bankruptcy Trustees – Your protection when dealing with our Trustees:
The Whitby trustees listed here are members of the CAIRP and therefore subject to the highest ethical standards.
Kelly Dey will give you a free initial consultation and if you require their services will set up monthly payment terms.
Bankruptcy Whitby Trustees – Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals:
Our Whitby trustees can provide initial consultations to discuss your options, such as going bankrupt which will allow you to eliminate your debts within 9 months or making a consumer proposal to your creditors.
Bankruptcy allows an individual to eliminate their debts quickly and in a relatively easy manner and also protect certain property with the bankruptcy exemptions.
Individuals who wish to pay off a portion of their debt (say 30 percent) over a three to five year period may find a proposal more attractive.