Prince Rupert Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustees
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Prince Rupert Bankruptcy – Licensed Insolvency Trustee
These local insolvency trustees are able to provide confidential evaluation meetings:
These Licensed Prince Rupert bankruptcy trustees understand the overwhelming stress caused by severe financial problems.
You are not alone!
In 2015 more than 124,000 people in Canada filed for bankruptcy or filed a consumer proposal.
We believe everyone deserves a fresh financial start!
Our friendly team is available to help individuals and families who are in need of professional guidance to help with getting the debt they owe under control. Our team is regulated by the government to provide debt relief services under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
We take this very seriously because helping lead you to a stable future for your family and retirement is our main goal.
People in the Price Rupert area who, are considering claiming bankruptcy or a personal proposal, can find out all the information they need, to make an informed decision, at this website. You will then have a basic understanding of how Canadian bankruptcy law works.
Our Prince Rupert bankruptcy trustees have their conduct and fees regulated by the government. No matter which trustee you use in Canada the cost will be the same. The Prince Rupert bankruptcy trustees listed here are members of the CAIRP and therefore are subject to the highest ethical standards.
These trustees will give you a free initial consultation and if you require their services will set up monthly payment terms.
Filing bankruptcy or a consumer proposal has a number of immediate benefits for a person being harassed by creditors as follows:
- The stay of proceedings will immediately enter into force, meaning the unsecured creditors that you owe money will not be allowed to contact you and collections on your debt will not be possible;
- The calls from the collection agencies will stop;
- Interest is no longer charged;
- Garnishee orders will stop.
You can browse this FAQs page to learn more about how bankruptcy or a personal proposal works.
A bankruptcy wipes out all a person’s debts usually in nine months. In the vast majority of cases the debtor’s assets are retained in a bankruptcy.
A Consumer Proposal is for people who want to avoid bankruptcy by paying off a portion of their debts (Say 20 or 30 percent) over a period of not more than five years.
When you are ready to start building towards your financial future please give us a call.