MNP Limited St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC Licensed Insolvency Trustee

MNP Limited, 450-328-0246
170, rue Longueuil, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, J3B 6P1


If you are stressed because of mounting debts, we would like to extend our friendly helping hand to you.

You have not only landed on the right help source but also at the right time.

In the matters of debts and finances, the sooner a debt is paid off the better.

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MNP Limited St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC Licensed Insolvency Trustee

170, rue Longueuil
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC J3B 6P1
Phone: 450-328-0246


The most valuable resource we have is the finance professionals ready to guide you in the right direction.

They will answer your questions and address your concerns.

You only need to contact one of them.

The best professional in your case is the one located closest to you.

I Have Multiple Debts

We understand your concern.

Multiple debts can mean high payouts due to a number of interest charges, some at exorbitant rates.

We can help you consolidate all your debts into a single debt.

In addition, we will negotiate with your debtor to bring down the interest rate to a reasonable level.

I Have a Huge Debt

There are several problems associated with huge debts.

If you do not have a stable source of income, it can land you in trouble in the very first instance of uncertainty.

Eventually, you may miss multiple payments resulting in the unbridgeable gap between how much you can pay and what you actually need to pay.

If this is your problem, we have several solutions depending on what kind of relief you are looking for and what kind of relief is actually available.

Nonetheless, with several alternatives available to us, we will definitely help you with this once you get in touch with us.

Will I Have to Surrender My Assets?

Not necessarily.

It all depends on the nature of your debt, your past payments, your financial background, and your current financial circumstances.

We will study and evaluate your case before we come out with a conclusive solution or solutions out of which you can choose the best option.

We recommend our clients to avoid bankruptcy if the alternatives are available.

Bankruptcy should be your last option.

You may want to know how you could service the huge debt weighing heavily on you if you do not go with the bankruptcy option.

As we said, bankruptcy should be your last option.

There are possibilities to close this debt no matter how it is with the consumer proposal.

You would be paying your creditors nearly nothing in comparison to the amount of the debt that has grown monstrous by now.