The decision about whether or not to go bankrupt is a difficult one for most people. For most people it’s only when their debts are becoming overwhelming do they start to consider bankruptcy as a way to deal with their debts. Before you consider personal bankruptcy, we suggest you to meet with one of Licensed Insolvency Trustees in Nova Scotia, the experts on the law regulating bankruptcy in Nova Scotia: they will help you explore all your options, including consumer proposal – one of the leading alternatives to bankruptcy.
Each of the professionals from the following list (all licensed by federal government) will be happy to provide you with a free initial consultation and to answer your questions regarding bankruptcy in Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia bankruptcy law.
When you contact the above Nova Scotia Licensed Insolvency Trustees, you will receive a prompt, confidential call from a bankruptcy Nova Scotia professional, in answer to your questions. If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can post a bankruptcy question anonymouslyto our Bankruptcy Canada Blog. Our experts check the blog regularly for the new questions.