When you’re experiencing financial difficulties, it’s important to seek help.
However, deciding where to get help from isn’t always easy.
There are numerous organizations and companies that advertise their services at ‘debt relief’, ‘debt guidance’, or ‘debt management’.
Unfortunately, a lack of regulation means that many of these organizations don’t have any licensed debt professionals on their payroll.
What’s more, debt relief companies often charge relatively high fees to provide you with generic advice and information.
When you’re already experiencing financial problems, spending money you don’t have to access help isn’t exactly a viable option.
Luckily, there are other ways to access the help you need.
Need Help Reviewing Your Financial Situation?
Contact a Licensed Trustee for a Free Debt Relief Evaluation
By talking to a bankruptcy trustee, you can ensure that you’re getting advice from a reputable debt professional.
If you’re asking why get a debt evaluation from a bankruptcy trustee, just take a look at the range of guidance and help they’re able to provide:
1. Identify suitable forms of debt relief
There are many different types of debt solutions available to people who are experiencing financial problems.
Of course, they may not all be suitable for your unique situation or circumstances.
A bankruptcy trustee can help you to determine which forms of debt relief are available to you and, furthermore, which ones will provide the best way for you to overcome your financial issues.
2. Understand your finances
If you’ve been dealing with debt for some time or if you’ve felt unable to address your financial problems, you may need help to understand what your financial situation is right now.
A bankruptcy trustee will work with you to help you sift through the relevant paperwork and document to ensure you understand your finances.
This information will help your trustee to provide personalized advice that will assist you in getting out of debt.
3. Avoiding debt problems
A key part of training as a bankruptcy trustee is learning the warning signs that a financial crisis is approaching.
This unique aspect of career development enables trustees to identify when a client’s financial situation is likely to come to a head.
More importantly, trustees are trained to identify strategic solutions that can prevent this from happening.
No matter what your financial situation is, a trustee can help you to overcome it.
4. Avoiding bankruptcy
Although bankruptcy is often a viable way to resolve debt problems, it is a serious solution that has long-term effects.
Due to this, many people are keen to avoid bankruptcy if they can.
Your trustee will help you to analyze alternative forms of debt relief so that you can avoid bankruptcy if you’re able to do so.
Talk to a Bankruptcy Trustee Today
At Bankruptcy Canada, we’ve helped more than 100,000 people overcome debt problems and we can help you too.
To speak to a bankruptcy trustee today, contact us at (877) 879-4770.
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