Niagara Falls Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees

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Niagara Falls Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustee 

Speak with one of these local trustees to schedule a confidential evaluation:

Bankruptcy Niagara Falls MNPMNP Limited, 289-271-0763
3714 Portgage Road, Suite 200, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2J 2K9
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Doug Stuive, Niagara Falls BankruptcyPlease Call Doug Stuive at 289-271-0763 to schedule a confidential evaluation.

Doug is friendly, caring and Licensed by the Government.

Doug Stuive, our Niagara Falls bankruptcy trustee is partnered with Bankruptcy Canada and is available to offer individuals, struggling with debt, a free evaluation to discuss their debts.

All of our trustees are professionals of the CAIRP (Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals) and therefore follow a strict code of ethics.

The initial consultation is free and 100% confidential and carries no obligation.

Niagara Falls bankruptcy – Our Approach:

Our team will start by looking over your budget, debt and income to get an understanding of your money difficulties.

Based on your finances, we will give you all of the options that can fit your financial problems.

The trustee will make sure that you understand all of the options available to you and will help you understand the pros and cons of each option.

The Niagara Falls bankruptcy laws were written to give people, who have become trapped in debt, a chance for a fresh start to their financial life.

Filing a Niagara Falls Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal can also:

• Protect your assets such as your furniture and car from seizure;

• Protect your wages from being garnished by your creditors;

• Help you get out of debt!

A Niagara Falls Bankruptcy is generally the fastest and most convenient way to get out debt. In as little as nine months all of your eligible debts can be eliminated and you can have your fresh start free of debt. In most cases, the debtor keeps all his assets.

By making a consumer proposal to your creditors you can repay a portion of your debts over a period of time of up to 5 years. Generally, in a proposal, you will repay about 30 percent of your debt and the repayment period will usually last from 3 to 5 years.