Bankruptcy Trustee in Victoria BC
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How can a Bankruptcy Trustee help?
With a local office in Victoria, discussing and educating our clients on their financial alternatives is the responsibility of a Trustee. We understand that each situation is different and it is our goal to help you find the financial option that is right for YOU.
There are many options that can help you become debt free, and Bankruptcy isn’t the only solution.
Our experienced staff is Licensed by the Federal Government to help individuals and corporations located in British Columbia who are experiencing financial difficulties. We work to alleviate their debt load and assist in setting a path to a strong financial future.
Our knowledgeable Victoria team knows that your past financial difficulties will not define your future. We are available to help you move forward with dedication and compassion.
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Popular Bankruptcy Questions
No, there are alternatives to bankruptcy, the most popular being a consumer proposal. When you have your consultation with D. Thode & Associates Inc. all your alternatives will be explained to you so you can make an informed choice on the best option for you.
No. A Licensed Insolvency Trustee is the only professional licensed by the Federal Government to prepare and file a bankruptcy assignment or a consumer proposal.
You will have relief from all of your creditors. When you file for bankruptcy, your trustee will see that you no longer have to worry about or deal with your creditors directly. You may also benefit from the termination of wage garnishment, if applicable. The bankruptcy process is designed to get you back on your feet more quickly, relieving you of financial stress.
Your trustee will handle all aspects of the bankruptcy process on your behalf. This includes drafting legal documentation, dealing with creditors, setting personal budget and payment schedule, and distributing assets.
Once your bankruptcy documents are filed, you will continue to work with your trustee to set a personal budget and meet your debt obligations. Until your debts are met your financial flexibility may be limited. This can be challenging but it is imperative to meet your obligations and discharge your bankruptcy as soon as possible.
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