If you’re looking to break free of personal debt once and for all, we can help. We provide debt and bankruptcy solutions that are life-changing and permanent, so you can erase debt from your life.
Debt can be overwhelming. For that reason, our Licensed Insolvency Trustees are always here for you. let’s discuss the options available to you. Your debt-free future starts now.
The short answer, is yes, though the reality of passing off the responsibility of your debt(s) can be a little more complicated. There are a number of ways for a third party to assume responsibility for your debts – both on a formal basis and an informal basis. But beware, the informal options could leave you solely responsible in the end. The best way to stop your ongoing liability for your debts is to look toward a “formal” option whichobtains the creditors’ approval.
The first step towards filing for bankruptcy, is to call and make an appointment with a licensed Trustee. During this appointment, you will be asked to provide information at this appointment which will allow your Trustee to make an assessment of your personal financial situation and advise you of all the options available to manage your debt problems.
MNP LTD Trustee Randy Kobbert was interviewed by The Lethbridge Herald to discuss that Lethbridge isn’t feeling significant impacts from continuing low prices for Alberta crude.
Many people experience the difficulty of managing multiple debts and day-to-day expenses that can leave you feeling like you are barely getting by on a monthly basis.
The Bank of Canada announced on Jan. 21 the interest rate had been cut by 0.25%. Although good news, MNP personal bankruptcy trustees caution Canadians about taking advantage of this decrease by taking on more debt.
MNP LTD Trustee Randy Kobbert was interviewed by The Lethbridge Herald to discuss post-holiday debt and budgeting for the New Year.
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada; the time for Canadians to enhance their financial know-how. The Lethbridge Herald talked to MNP Ltd. Personal Bankruptcy Trustee, Randy Kobbert, about what people can do to sharpen their money and debt management skills.
Many people experience the frustration that comes with trying to pay down – or ideally, off – their credit card bills each month. It can be difficult to see the majority of your monthly payment going towards high interest charges.
Orderly Payment of Debts is a debt repayment arrangement in the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.
In Canada, creditors assign credit ratings on a scale of 1 to 9, with 1 meaning your payments are being made on time and 9 meaning your debts are in collection or considered uncollectible.
*310-DEBT doesn’t operate in MB, NW ON and QC.
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