Before filing for personal bankruptcy in Saskatchewan, we recommend that you consult with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Saskatchewan (an expert on Saskatchewan bankruptcy law) to review your options. If you have sufficient income to repay at least some of your debts, a consumer proposal may be an option. For some people this is a good alternative to personal bankruptcy.
To find out what is right for you: a consumer proposal or bankruptcy, please contact one of the following Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Saskatchewan. You can send them an e-mail with your questions, or contact them by phone. They will arrange a free initial consultation to review your options and work out a plan that’s best for you.
If you would rather not wait and want to call directly, follow these easy instructions to get help:
|1. Look at the list below, or use the search box to find the city, or location, nearest you|
2. Call the phone number to book a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation
3. You’ll be put in touch with a debt relief specialist who will explain all options to help you
4. Your meeting will initially take place on the phone or online
Bankruptcy Canada also offers a blog with a rich variety of expert answers to anonymous bankruptcy questions from others in financial difficulty. You are welcome to post your own bankruptcy questions to our Personal Bankruptcy Canada Blog. We check for new questions every day.
For your own Saskatchewan bankruptcy issues, choose one of the links above to ask a question by email, for a confidential reply from a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Saskatchewan.