Cambridge Bankruptcy – Licensed insolvency Trustees

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Cambridge Bankruptcy – Licensed insolvency Trustees

Speak to Wesley Cowan, a Licensed trustee by calling 519-800-2420.

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Suite 600 – 73 Water Street N, Cambridge Place, Cambridge, ON N1R 7L6
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Cambridge Bankruptcy - Wesley Cowan, Bankruptcy CambridgePlease Call Wesley Cowan at 519-800-2420 to schedule a confidential evaluation.

Wesley is friendly, caring and Licensed by the Government

Are you looking for a caring, skilled, understanding and ethical debt relief professional?

Are you facing a time of stress due to debts that you are struggling to control?

Our Cambridge Bankruptcy – Licensed insolvency Trustee is Wesley and he is ready to meet with you to discuss your financial difficulties and how they can help you with your debts.

Cambridge Bankruptcy – Our Approach:

In many cases the trustee can help you find a way to avoid bankruptcy.

However, if the only solution available is going bankrupt or making a consumer proposal our trustee can work with you to make it as easy and as hassle-free as possible.

If you live in the Cambridge area you can meet with one of our partner trustees for a confidential evaluation meeting.

This meeting can take place at the trustee’s office or over the telephone if you prefer. We will help you review your situation to come up with the best course of action for dealing with your debts.

Cambridge Bankruptcy – Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals:

For example, the trustee can help you determine if you should go bankrupt or make a consumer proposal.

By going bankrupt you can have your eligible debts eliminated in as little as 9 months, while also keeping your assets that are protected under the Ontario Bankruptcy Exemptions. The large majority of people who go bankrupt keep all their assets.

A consumer proposal allows a person to repay a portion of their debts (Say 30%) over a period of three to five years.

During the proposal, you will make monthly payments to the trustee who will then distribute it to your creditors. One of the major reasons why people choose a consumer proposal is that they can keep all their assets, even ones that might be lost in a bankruptcy.