Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Alberta
Personal bankruptcy is a complex legal process. If you live in Alberta and are considering bankruptcy we suggest you contact one of the following Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Alberta – the experts on Alberta bankruptcy law, by e-mail or by phone, to fully review your situation.
Licensed by the federal government of Canada, the following bankruptcy Alberta trustees and consumer proposal administrators offer free initial consultations in 26 locations throughout Alberta. They are happy to answer any of your questions regarding bankruptcy and alternatives to bankruptcy.
Find a Local Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Calgary, Edmonton or Red Deer
If you live in one of the three largest population centres in Alberta, Edmonton, Calgary, or Red Deer you can visit one of 5 offices in the area and meet with the trustee’s at Cameron Okolita Inc. (Calgary, Red Deer) or Goth & Company Ltd in one of their 3 Edmonton Offices.
If you live outside of these area’s we have trustees in 21 other locations below. Check it the list below to find the closest office to you.
Alternatively, you can simply complete the online evaluation form and we will match you with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Alberta in your neighbourhood.
Bankruptcy Canada’s Accredited Local Licensed Insolvency Trustees Servicing Alberta
Did you know that in 2014, 3,859 people filed Personal bankruptcy in Alberta and another 4,422 people filed a consumer proposal? Both of these debt elimination strategies are complex legal processes. If you live in Alberta and are considering bankruptcy or a consumer proposal to deal with your debt we suggest you contact one of the following Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Alberta – the experts on Alberta bankruptcy law, by e-mail or by phone, to fully review your situation.
Find a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Alberta
By contacting a trustee you under no obligation to file bankruptcy or a consumer proposal. Please click on any of the links below to find out more or contact a trustee directly for free evaluation.
What to Expect When You Contact one of our Accredited Trustees
You are welcome to contact any of the trustees above. If you choose to send a message, a bankruptcy professional will call you, in confidence, to answer your questions, and if you choose they will provide an initial consultation to review your debts and make a plan to help you deal with them.
By contacting a trustee you under no obligation to file bankruptcy or a consumer proposal. Our goal, and theirs is to educate you on your options and help you make an informed decision on what to do next. Last year alone we helped 1,349 people just like you find a local reputable Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Alberta, and in the last 3 years we have helped close to 5,000 people!
If you’re looking for help in getting out of debt and you live in Alberta, contacting one of the above Licensed Insolvency Trustee’s is an easy next step.