Bankruptcy Ingleside

People searching online for a Bankruptcy Trustee in Ingleside Ontario will discover there’s been a designation change. Ingleside Bankruptcy Trustees now go by Licensed Insolvency Trustees. This change was made effective in April 2017 by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada.

Please note that the Ingleside Licenced Insolvency Trustee provides credit counselling & personal bankruptcy services in Osnabruck, Lunenburg, Newington & Finch Ontario.

bankruptcy team in ingleside OntarioJean Lazard Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Ingleside says “You can be debt free.”

Benefits of Personal Bankruptcy

Besides the tremendous emotional relief that most clients feel when filing for personal bankruptcy, Bankruptcy gives you a new begin, a real chance to start fresh again. As part of this process our friendly staff will give you the tools to manage your money properly so as to avoid uncontrolled debt in the future and give you some great tips on rebuilding you credit.

Not everyone with financial issues needs to file for personal bankruptcy. There are a number of things to consider before making the decision to file. Maybe you have assets you can sell to pay off some creditors. You may be able to get a “friendly loan” from a friend or family member. You can submit a consumer proposal to your creditors asking them to reduce the balance owing and the terms of repayment. Sometimes setting up a budget to get control of spending may be the solution that is needed.
You will find more detail about your options here. Personal bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals & Personal Bankruptcy.

Take the first step!

All you need to do is call or fill out one of the forms we have on the site and set up a free no obligation interview t with Jean Lazard our Licensed Insolvency Trustee working in Ingleside. Jean will be able to answer all you questions and give you an expert opinion on what you best course of action is.

Below is a video that has been produced for the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada explaining what you can expect going through a bankruptcy.


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