Fort St John Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Fort St John Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

Please contact our team of trustees at 1-888-389-0158.

Fort St John Bankruptcy MNPMNP Limited, 250-800-2315
Toll Free: 1-888-389-0158

10611-102nd Street Fort St. John, British Columbia, V1J 5L3
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Dean Prentice Fort St John BankruptcyPlease call Dean Prentice at 1-888-389-0158 to schedule a confidential evaluation. Dean is friendly, caring and Licensed by the Government.

Dean Prentice, is our Fort St John Bankruptcy Licensed Insolvency Trustee.

He is a highly ethical and trained professionals in the CAIRP and is available to provide information to people in Fort St. John who are considering going bankrupt or making a consumer proposal.

Our trustees offer confidential and no obligation evaluation meetings to discuss your financial situation.  At that meeting we will help you determine the best option for handling your debts.

At that meeting we will help you determine the best option for handling your debts.

Fort St John Bankruptcy laws were written to allow you to get a fresh start by wiping out your debts and protecting you from creditor harassment.

We can be reached at 1-888-389-0158.

Most people who go bankrupt keep all their assets and pay the minimum trustees fees of $200.00 a month for 9 months.

Fort St John Bankruptcy – Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals:

By going bankrupt, an individual can wipe out all of their eligible debt as quickly as in nine months. Bankruptcy provides a quick fresh start and allows you to keep your property that is listed under the BC Bankruptcy Exemptions.

A Consumer Proposal allows a person to repay a portion of their debt over a period of between three and five years. One of our trustees can help you make a successful consumer proposal to your creditors.