Bankruptcy Sainte Agathe des Monts, Québec
Sainte-Agathe, QC J8C 1K5
Another important reason to meet with a Trustee is so that you can learn about any alternatives to bankruptcy that might be available to you. Although a bankruptcy might be an option, it might not necessarily be the only one, or the best one for you.
Our Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Sainte-Agathe can assist you with both explaining the options available to you as well as with filing a bankruptcy or a consumer proposal, should you decide that’s the route you want to take. He provides a free and confidential consultation.
Find Out More About Your Options
When meeting with Frederic Lachance, our Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Sainte-Agathe, for your free and no-obligation consultation, he will analyze your information and examine whether there are alternatives to bankruptcy filing, and give you his final opinion and advice.
If after the initial consultation you decide to proceed with a bankruptcy, our Trustee can assist you with the next steps. The petition is documented with a local court, along with any other relevant papers. Most bankruptcy filings will include all of your financial assets, debts and other material. Documents such as pay slips, tax filings and spending logs (if available) should also be shown to the trustee.
It is the trustee’s job to present the final case in court and ensure there are no issues. For example, if your documents claim you earn $2,000 a month then the trustee must verify this with your pay slips. The issue of property becomes very important when dealing with bankruptcy, as you don’t want the court to seize your properties if it can be avoided.
Frederic Lachance is an experienced professional that will always act in your best interest and, also, in an efficient manner. To meet Frederick for a free consultation, contact our Sainte-Agathe office either by phone or through the contact form on this page.
Find Our Offices on rue Principale, Sainte Agathe des Monts
Please use the map below to find our Sainte Agathe des Monts office or call 1-819-801-6814.