Bankruptcy Yukon: How to File Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Yukon: – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Why You Should Contact a Bankruptcy Trustee When You Need Help With Your Debt:
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Depending on the amount of debt you owe, and the type of debt – such as credit card, mortgage, income tax, line of credit – you might want to consider a debt settlement agreement, going bankrupt or making a consumer proposal.
Regardless of the option you choose, you will get out of debt, cut your interest rates, and get a fresh start to your financial affairs.
Bankruptcy in Yukon can give you a fresh start in as little as 9 months.
A consumer proposal usually takes a little bit longer (up to 5 years), but you could also make a lump sum consumer proposal offer and the proposal arrangement offers many benefits over going bankrupt or counselling.
When you go bankrupt or make a proposal to your unsecured creditors you will receive protection from your creditors and you will no longer have to pay on the debts included in your filing.