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Fort St John Bankruptcy Trustees – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Congratulations! You’re one step away from a debt free life. Your consultation is FREE and confidential.
Please contact our team of trustees at 1-888-389-0158.
Fort St John Bankruptcy Trustees:
Please call Dean Prentice at 1-888-389-0158 to schedule a FREE, 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 Fort St John Bankruptcy Trustees offer FREE, 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.
Fort St John laws on bankruptcy 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.
Bankruptcy Fort St John Trustees – Bankruptcy and Consumer Proposals:
The first step to dealing with a severe financial problem is recognizing that you have a problem and identifying that you have options! These could include debt consolidation, budget changes, credit counseling, consumer proposal to creditors, or bankruptcy.
We will explain how bankruptcy works, which in most cases lasts only nine months. The vast majority of people, who file bankruptcy, keep all their assets and pay the minimum costs of $1,800 at the rate of $200 a month for 9 months.
We will also show you how a consumer proposal will allow a person to avoid bankruptcy and pay only a portion of what is owed and retain all assets, even ones that might be lost in a bankruptcy. You can end up paying 50% or even 30% of your debts.