MNP Limited Taber, AB Licensed Insolvency Trustee

MNP Limited, 587-333-6486
4713 – 55th Street, Taber, AB, T1G 1W6


Deciding to file for personal bankruptcy is a tough decision.


Unfortunately, most people are misinformed about the rules and laws governing personal bankruptcy, but not to worry your Taber, AB Licensed Insolvency Trustee is there to help.


Personal bankruptcy is the best choice for individuals who are unable to make payments towards their regular dues, i.e. mortgage payments, credit card bills, etc.


To file for personal bankruptcy in Alberta, you must seek assistance from a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.


This individual is the only person who may legally file on your behalf.


After your Licensed Insolvency Trustee has filed your personal bankruptcy case, it will take nine months for you to get a discharge from all your debts.


MNP Limited Taber, AB Licensed Insolvency Trustee

4713 55th Street
Taber, AB T1G 1W6
Phone: 587-333-6486


What Can A Taber, AB Licensed Insolvency Trustee Do For You?


A Licensed Insolvency Trustee is your partner in filing for personal bankruptcy.


We are a federally licensed and qualified bankruptcy in Canada who has the authority to file and administer your personal bankruptcy.


Your assigned LIT will help you understand the entire process starting with a thorough review of your financial situation.


After deciding on the best course of action, your LIT will prepare the required documents and complete the entire bankruptcy process.


Your Taber, AB Licensed Insolvency Trustee has the following responsibilities:


1) At your initial consultation, assess your financial debt and review your present situation. He or she will advise you about your alternative options, i.e. consumer proposal.


2) Preparing all the paperwork for filing. After reviewing all your financial information, you will be asked to sign several bankruptcy-related documents. These are electronic forms that are submitted to the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. This marks the official start of your personal bankruptcy process. It also guarantees you bankruptcy protection.


3) Your LIT will also inform all your creditors and provide them with necessary documentation about your bankruptcy filing. They will begin settling or negotiating all the claims for your proposal. This also means your creditors will stop calling you.


4) Your Licensed Insolvency Trustee will review all claims and sell off your assets which are not exempt from seizure.


5) Ensure that you participate in necessary credit counseling sessions as required by Canadian Bankruptcy Laws.


6) Apply for debt discharge on your behalf. This will officially give you a fresh and new financial start.


Your Licensed Insolvency Trustee must fulfill these responsibilities.


When searching for a bankruptcy trustee, look for someone who has experience.


Get in touch with a Taber, AB Licensed Insolvency Trustee today.