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Choosing the Right Trustee in Bankruptcy

Debt issues can have an impact on your credit and your financial well-being. If you find yourself overwhelmed by debt, you want to make sure you have the right advisor and trustee to help you through this difficult and highly stressful situation.

So what should you look for in a Licensed Insolvency Trustee?

Empathy and Caring

Perhaps the most important trait in a quality trustee in Bankruptcy is their genuine concern for you as a person. A trustee should be willing to look beyond the numbers and paperwork to understand your specific situation without blame or judgment. Bankruptcy is, after all, a very personal issue that can make you feel extremely vulnerable. You want an advisor and Trustee who can help you understand what to expect during the process, and who will support you every step of the way.

Experience and Accreditation

Naturally, when you entrust an advisor to help you with your financial difficulties, you expect them to have a solid understanding and knowledge of the various debt relief options, implications, and eligibility requirements. Our advisors are Licensed Insolvency Trustees with years of experience helping people just like you through their financial troubles. In fact, we’ve helped thousands of people over the past 25 years to resolve their debt and get a fresh start.

Don’t Settle for Second Best

Fuller Landau’s consumer insolvency team is a highly regarded group of advisors, led by Tim Geary, a well known and respected Trustee in the industry. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your specific situation and explore the options available to you.


Consumer Proposal vs Bankruptcy

Can You Relate?

When it comes to debt, particularly high-interest debt from credit cards, a few missed payments can often become a slippery slope towards out-of-control debt.

Minimum payments barely cover the interest. If those minimum payments are missed, or if you need to go further into debt to pay them, it’s time to get help.

Nobody likes dealing with constant harassing phone calls or late payment notices. if you can’t afford to pay off all your debts, they won’t stop until you take action.

Often, wage garnishments from a creditor just compound the problem, and make it even more difficult to pay off your other debts.

Get A Fresh Start

It’s time to take back control of your life.
Call us today at (416) 927-7200 or fill the in the form below and book your free consultation.