COVID 19 Service Update: All debt consultations and meetings will continue to take place remotely. Our team is fully equipped to administer consumer proposals and bankruptcies virtually via phone, email and video.

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Our Services During COVID-19

March 20, 2020

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We’re here and ready to help

These are unprecedented times and we understand that now more than ever, you may be feeling overwhelmed with additional stress and financial pressure. 

We’ve put a lot of time into ensuring our team is fully functional and able to work remotely during times like these with the goal of being able to continue to offer debt relief services to those in need with the same time, attention, empathy and confidentiality.

Debt services available during COVID-19

Licensed Insolvency Trustees have been deemed an essential service by the government and we remain the only debt management professional authorized by both the federal and provincial governments to assist Canadians file for personal bankruptcy or make a consumer proposal. All consultations and meetings are still going ahead and they will be conducted via telephone and video conference to ensure the health and safety of our people and their families, our clients and our greater community, including: 

  • Free debt consultations and assessments 
  • Making a consumer proposal to your creditors
  • Filing bankruptcy

How to access these services

If you are struggling, like so many others, with new financial challenges due to COVID-19, please give us a call at 1-888-751-2668 or you can book your free, confidential consultation online with one of our Licensed Insolvency Trustees. 

Our team will discuss your options with you in detail, and we’ll also walk you through how the bankruptcy and consumer proposal process will be completed remotely – we’ll be with you every step of the way. 


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