The first meeting you have with your bankruptcy trustee in Smiths Falls will include an overview of your current financial situation. After taking an in-depth look at your finances, we will provide you with an overview of your options and set goals together to achieve stability. We are always ready to answer any of your questions about bankruptcy, including:
What happens to my house after filing for bankruptcy? More often than not, you will be able to keep your home during this process. The two factors that decide this are the amount of equity you have left in your home and your ability to pay for house-related bills.
Does my bankruptcy affect my spouse? Bankruptcy applies only to the individual who is going to file. So if you decide to declare bankruptcy, your spouse should not be affected as long as he or she has not co-signed to your outstanding bills. When you are meeting with your trustee, your spouse should be present to talk openly about your options.
When does bankruptcy end? This will be different for every case, but it officially ends when you receive a discharge. Typically, most bankruptcies will last from one to three years.
*Appointments are available in Smiths Fall on Thursdays and other times subject to your situation.
When you are ready to get advice on your personal or corporate finances, contact our office in Smiths Falls to speak to a bankruptcy trustee. For the last 65 years, residents of Eastern Ontario have found solutions to their debt problems through our team. Using a customer-centered approach, we work for you and not for the creditors. Contact us today online or at 613-284-2002 for a free, no-obligation consultation to find out how we can help you.
*Alternate times and/or days can be arranged upon request. Please state your request in the comment field below.
Appointments are subject to availability. Free parking.