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Canadian Bankruptcy Insolvency Lawyers

The main purpose of Canadian bankruptcy law is to give a person the chance to get a fresh start by eliminating their overwhelming debt that they have no hope of repaying.

Canadian Bankruptcy Insolvency Lawyers

Insolvency Lawyers can give advice on bankruptcy matters but will have to refer you to a trustee if a bankruptcy or a consumer proposal is the best way for you to get a fresh financial start.

Licensed Insolvency Trustees will, if they feel you have a contentious issue, refer you to an Insolvency Lawyer. Trustees have a very strict and rigorous code of ethics and are also regulated by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. This is a further motivation for a trustees to refer you to an Insolvency Lawyer if they feel you need one.

If you have a very complicated financial issue and a lot of money at stake then, it would be prudent for you to retain an Insolvency lawyer as added protection and to give you the peace of mind that you have received an expert second opinion on what course you should take to resolve your financial problems.

Another reason you might want to retain an Insolvency Lawyer is if you have issues that might have walked a fine line between right and wrong pertaining to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. For example, an Insolvency Lawyer can represent you at a Creditors’ Meeting and advise you if you should answer certain questions posed.

An Insolvency Lawyer can also represent you if the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy elects to question you.

Insolvency lawyers can also represent you at court if your bankruptcy discharge is being opposed.

 

Our Canadian Bankruptcy Insolvency Lawyers will help you to determine your best option. We will explain the legal process, your rights and the rights of your creditors.

With one phone call, we can put your mind at ease and show you your options for getting a fresh financial start.

You can set your mind at ease when you deal with our Canadian Bankruptcy Insolvency Lawyers refer you to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee because:

  1. Licensed Insolvency Trustees are regulated by the government so the cost will be the same regardless of the trustee you use;
  2. Licensed Insolvency Trustees are the only debt professionals, in Canada, who can file bankruptcy or a consumer proposal for people;
  3. Licensed Insolvency Trustees are the only debt professionals who can prevent creditors, including CRA, from taking collection action against;
  4. Licensed Insolvency Trustees are the only debt professionals who can stop wage garnishees.

 

Bankruptcy Trustees Services

Bankruptcy

  • FREE consultation to review your options for a debt free life;
  • A bankruptcy is the quickest and least expensive way to achieve a debt free life;
  • In the vast majority of cases the cost of a bankruptcy will be $1,800 payable at the rate of $200 a month for nine months;
  • Most people keep all their assets.

Consumer Proposals

  • Filing a consumer proposal allows a person to avoid bankruptcy while keeping all his assets, even those assets that would be lost in a bankruptcy;
  • The creditors must be offered more than they would receive in a bankruptcy;
  • The length of the consumer proposals cannot exceed 5 years;
  • Most people pay approximately 50% of their debts or even 30%;
  • Your payments are affordable;
  • You make only the payments you agreed to in the consumer proposal.   There is no further reporting.



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