Thinking about filing bankruptcy in Canada? We know this can be very stressful. Not knowing whom to trust, whom to turn to, what questions to ask, what steps to take to safe guard your family’s future? Welcome to Bankruptcy-Canada.com, where you will find the help you need once you decide you need help.
Why Talk To A Canadian Bankruptcy Trustee?
Did you know that a bankruptcy trustee can even help you avoid bankruptcy? At Bankruptcy-Canada.com our licensed bankruptcy trustees are expert debt consultants. Their sole objective is to help you get out of debt. Why should you talk to one of our local bankruptcy trustees once your decide you need help — because our trustees are:
- Licensed by the federal government and supervised by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. To be a trustee in bankruptcy, each trustee goes through a very tough licensing program and examination. In short, they are the most well trained debt consultants in Canada.
- Trustees must abide by a strict code of conduct and ethical practice that is monitored by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy.
- Our trustees are local trustees with a reputation for providing excellent debt relief services in their communities.
- As professional debt consultants, our trustees will explain all your options — whether or not bankruptcy is the solution for you. Federal bankruptcy law provides for a legal alternative to bankruptcy called a consumer proposal. It is one of the best debt settlement alternatives available to Canadians and may work for you.
- Our trustees provide a FREE, no obligation, no pressure consultation. You can ask us any questions you may have about bankruptcy or you debt relief options.
Bankruptcy trustees are the only debt consultants in Canada who you can be assured will have the knowledge and experience you need when looking for help with your debt.
We can arrange a free initial consultation with a licensed bankruptcy Canada trustee so you can understand all of your options. This will help you decide if you would want to file for bankruptcy in Canada.
Once you have decided which options to follow, which may include a consumer proposal as an alternative to bankruptcy, you will feel a sigh of relief knowing that you have taken the necessary steps to move forward with your life.
Review your options, do your research, and make an informed decision.