Licensed Insolvency Trustee Toronto & Consumer Proposals Toronto
Richard Killen & Associates is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Toronto as well as a consumer proposal administrator with offices across the Greater Toronto Area including Scarborough, North York, Danforth, Brampton, Cooksville, Erin Mills, Georgetown, Pickering and Oshawa.
We have helped thousands of individuals in the GTA that have found themselves drowning in debt to find solutions to get debt relief.
These solutions include:
- Consumer Proposal
Proposals are becoming more popular than declaring bankruptcy as they offer many of the same protections, yet are less restrictive.
- Credit Counselling & Debt Counselling
If your debt is growing every month, our counselors can give you solid advice and provide the information you need to get back on track financially.
- Consolidation Loans
A consolidation loan is a great way to take all your outstanding debt and roll it into one monthly payment.
- Personal Bankruptcy
Sometimes, declaring personal bankruptcy is the only reasonable option available to obtain debt relief. We will explore all other options with you so you can make the best decision for your unique circumstances.
If you find yourself worrying about money and wondering how you are going to meet your financial obligations, I encourage you to call one of our offices.
Your initial consultation is free and we offer evening consultations as well.
A call to one of our offices will likely be the most stress relieving call you will ever make.
Don’t let your debt compound month after month until the burden becomes too much for you and puts stress on your family and jeopardizes your performance at work. Is your debt keeping you up at night?
Call Richard Killen & Associates, Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Toronto and Consumer Proposal Administrator at 1 (888) 545-5365.
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