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[Talk to a Trustee NOW! 1.855.752.5359] [Find a Bankruptcy Trustee] [Know the Bankruptcy Alternatives] [What is a Consumer Proposal] [Learn about Bankruptcy] [What are the Costs of Bankruptcy] [Bankruptcy & Insolvency Links and Resources] [Site Map] [Disclaimer] [HOME]


ONTARIO BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES


Bankruptcy trustees in Ontario are highly trained, licensed professionals.


Trustees will explore all of your available options, discuss the alternatives to bankruptcy, consequences of bankruptcy and will provide you with the bankruptcy information you need to make an informed decision.


Avoiding bankruptcy may also be possible. You may be able to consolidate by way of a debt consolidation loan, do an informal debt settlement or if you just need a little discipline a debt management program with the assistance of a reputable, qualified credit counsellor may fix your financial problems and help you fix your credit.


Another alternative may be a consumer proposal.  Making a consumer proposal in Ontario has all the benefits of a bankruptcy. Consumer proposals will stop garnishments and stop the creditors calling.


Declaring bankruptcy or filing a consumer proposal in Ontario requires the services of a bankruptcy trustee.


To meet with an insolvency professional in Ontario, call today for a free consultation!


Please tell your trustee you found them using the CANADIAN TRUSTEE NETWORK.




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BARRIE


MNP Ltd.

92 Caplan Avenue, Suite 507

Barrie, ON L4N 9J2

705-722-6398 - Call for appointment

Fax: 905-709-9952



Barrie Ontario Bankruptcy Trustees offer free, confidential consultations.


Insolvency professionals can quickly assess your financial position, answer your bankruptcy questions, explain the bankruptcy rules, bankruptcy property exemptions and review your options other than bankruptcy like a consumer proposal.


If you are considering bankruptcy vs consumer proposal you must take into account that in bankruptcy you lose non-exempt assets, certain tax refunds and must pay the trustee an amount to cover costs and possibly more depending on your income. The more you make, the more you have to pay.


Consumer proposals on the other hand, allow you to repay all or a part of your debt. Monthly payments can be made over a maximum of five years. Interest is frozen and your debt can often be settled at less than the total amount you owe.


If you are considering making a consumer proposal or going bankrupt in Barrie Ontario call or email one of our subscribers today.




BARRY’S BAY












Doyle Salewski Inc. (WEBSITE) (EMAIL)

Richard Robyn & Associates

19527 Opeongo Line

Barry's Bay, ON K0J 1B0 (MAP)

Toll free 1-800-517-9926



Barry’s Bay Ontario Bankruptcy Trustees offer free, confidential consultations.


Insolvency professionals can quickly assess your financial position, answer your bankruptcy questions, explain the bankruptcy rules, bankruptcy property exemptions and review your options other than bankruptcy like a consumer proposal.


If you are considering bankruptcy vs consumer proposal you must take into account that in bankruptcy you lose non-exempt assets, certain tax refunds and must pay the trustee an amount to cover costs and possibly more depending on your income. The more you make, the more you have to pay.


Consumer proposals on the other hand, allow you to repay all or a part of your debt. Monthly payments can be made over a maximum of five years. Interest is frozen and your debt can often be settled at less than the total amount you owe.


If you are considering making a consumer proposal or going bankrupt in Barry’s Bay Ontario call or email one of our subscribers today.




BELLEVILLE


Zielski & Associates

613-966-8060



BRANTFORD


MNP Ltd.

20B Borden Street

Brantford, ON N3R 2G8

519-770-0099 - Call for appointment

Fax: 905-529-3980



Brantford Ontario Bankruptcy Trustees offer free, confidential consultations.


Insolvency professionals can quickly assess your financial position, answer your bankruptcy questions, explain the bankruptcy rules and bankruptcy property exemptions then review all your legal options such as bankruptcy or a consumer proposal.


If you are considering bankruptcy vs consumer proposal, take into account that in bankruptcy you lose or re-pay the estate for non-exempt assets, give up certain tax refunds and must pay the trustee, at a minimum, an amount to cover costs and possibly more depending on your income. In bankruptcy, the more you make, the more you have to pay.


Consumer proposals on the other hand, allow you to repay all or a part of your debt. Monthly payments can be made over a maximum of five years. Interest is frozen and your debt can often be settled at less than the total amount you owe.


If you are considering making a consumer proposal or going bankrupt in Brantford Ontario call or email one of our subscribers today.



BROCKVILLE











Doyle Salewski Inc. (WEBSITE) (EMAIL)

c/o Henderson Johnston Fournier

61 King Street East

Brockville, ON K6V 1B2 (MAP)

613-345-3636  - Toll free 1-800-517-9926



Brockville Ontario Bankruptcy Trustees offer free, confidential consultations.


Insolvency professionals can quickly assess your financial position, answer your bankruptcy questions, explain the bankruptcy rules and bankruptcy property exemptions then review all your legal options such as bankruptcy or a consumer proposal.


If you are considering bankruptcy vs consumer proposal, take into account that in bankruptcy you lose or re-pay the estate for non-exempt assets, give up certain tax refunds and must pay the trustee, at a minimum, an amount to cover costs and possibly more depending on your income. In bankruptcy, the more you make, the more you have to pay.


Consumer proposals on the other hand, allow you to repay all or a part of your debt. Monthly payments can be made over a maximum of five years. Interest is frozen and your debt can often be settled at less than the total amount you owe.


If you are considering making a consumer proposal or going bankrupt in Brockville Ontario call or email one of our subscribers today.