Langley Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Langley Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

When you locate a trustee in your area you can request a confidential evaluation by phone or set up a FREE confidential consultation at the trustee’s office.

(Weekdays 7:30am – 8:00pm. Sat. & Sun. 9am – 5pm)
Langley Bankruptcy Sands & AssociatesSands & Associates, 604-229-1938
205 – 20651 56th Avenue, Langley, BC, V3A 3Y9
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Our Langley bankruptcy trustees are all Licensed and regulated professional members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals.

All members of the CAIRP are well trained, knowledgeable and ethical debt management experts who must at all times follow a strict set of professional ethics.

Our team of trustees also provide protection from creditor collection attempts.

Please call a member of our team today at 604-229-1938 to learn about all of the options that are available to you for getting your debt under control.

The first meeting with the trustee is always free and 100% confidential.

There is no risk as trustees must provide you with all options available, including not going bankrupt if it is possible based on your financial situation.

Langley bankruptcy law gives you the opportunity for a fresh start.

A bankruptcy or a consumer proposal will erase your unsecured debt.

It will also protect you from creditor collection calls.

Wage garnishees in place or contemplated will be stopped.

In the vast majority of cases, a person keeps all his assets.

Langley bankruptcy – Consumer Proposals:

Langley BankruptcyA trustee can also act as a proposal administrator so the trustee can provide you with assistance in presenting a proposal to your creditors that will be accepted and that you can follow.

Usually your proposal will last for 3 to 5 years and generally, you will repay a portion of your debt of around 25% of the total amount of debts you owe.