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Bankruptcy trustees in Alberta 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.  Filing a consumer proposal in Alberta 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 Alberta requires the services of a bankruptcy trustee.


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