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If your debt stress is taking its toll on your health, family and career, we are here to help you get back on track financially. Put an end to sleepless nights and wondering how you’re going to make this month’s payments.

We have helped thousands of people in the GTA to get out of debt with a 99% percent success rate.

Consumer Proposals

A consumer proposal is a popular alternative to bankruptcy – partial repayment plan based on your means to provide debt relief.

Bankruptcy Solutions

Sometimes no matter how hard you try to meet your financial obligations, declaring bankruptcy is the only responsible solution.

Credit Counselling

This service provides better resources to manage finances & debt going forward. Reducing stress and keeping you financially fit.

We have assisted thousands of people like you to become debt free.

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Do I Need to Meet My Creditors?

Do I Need to Meet My Creditors?

The last people you want to meet when going through a bankruptcy in Ontario is your creditors, right? You know, the people who have been sending you notices, phoning you non-stop, garnisheeing your wages and generally making your life difficult. What are the chances you ...

What Happens to Your Assets During a Bankruptcy

What Happens to Your Assets During a Bankruptcy

Richard Killen explains that you may still be able to keep your house and car during a bankruptcy. ...

10 Debt Danger Signals

10 Debt Danger Signals

After the expense of the holidays, many of us wonder how much debt is too much. Yes, Canadians are used to carrying record debt loads, but there comes a point where the burden may become too heavy.  Here are 10 danger signs that could reveal your spending is out of: ...

Divorce and Bankruptcy

Divorce and Bankruptcy

Divorce in Canada can be complicated when it comes to debt. Divorce can cause bankruptcy and bankruptcy can cause divorce. Study after study show that financial problems can lead to marital breakdown. Filing for bankruptcy as you go through a divorce, or after, can make ...

Gas Goes Down, Debt Goes Up

Gas Goes Down, Debt Goes Up

Apparently you can’t win. Gas prices go down, saving consumers money, but then the commodity-based Canadian economy is hurt by the shortfall in oil revenues, shown in the dropping loonie. You’ll have more money to spend on you next trip to Buffalo but it won& ...

Financial Resolutions for the New Year

Financial Resolutions for the New Year

The new year is a time of new beginnings. Many of us make resolutions to live more healthily, fix up our relationships and get our finances in order. While we can’t help you lose weight or improve your love life, we’d be happy to offer you eight suggestions so ...

Help With the Bankruptcy Assistance Program

Help With the Bankruptcy Assistance Program

Greater Toronto is an expensive place to live. Sometimes it’s too expensive to even go bankrupt. No, we’re not pulling your leg. With court costs, filing fees and trustee services, it can cost between $1,500 and $2,500 to go bankrupt. The financial plight of ...

Will Bankruptcies Increase as Economy Improves?

Will Bankruptcies Increase as Economy Improves?

As the outlook gets rosier for the Canadian economy, those in deep dept may pay the price with bankruptcy. With the U.S. economy expected to undergo a widespread recovery next year, Canada will likely fall suit, with rising interest rates as well. Normally this would be ...

How to Lower Your Heating Costs

How to Lower Your Heating Costs

As the cold weather descends, Canadians are faced with their annual challenge of how to stay warm without breaking the bank – especially as the cost to heat homes rises. To lessen the damage to household budgets caused by high fuel costs, here are five common-sense steps ...

Consumer Proposal Rejection?

Consumer Proposal Rejection?

So the consumer proposal that you’ve filed in Ontario will soon be presented to your creditors. You’ve worked with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, such as Richard Killen & Associates, to come up with a reasonable payment plan for your debts They helped you ...



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Since 1992, Richard Killen & Associates, a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, have helped thousands of people resolve their financial problems. With 25 years experience in this industry, our president, Richard Killen, and the rest of our team understand the difficulties that honest people can sometimes find themselves in. This expertise makes it possible to provide you with a service that effectively deals with the issues.


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