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Free Initial Consultation With a Winnipeg Bankruptcy Trustee

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Filing for bankruptcy in Canada can be confusing. That's why many Winnipeg bankruptcy trustees offer a free initial consultation. When you meet with a trustee for the first time you can review your …

Filing for bankruptcy in Canada can be confusing. That's why many Winnipeg bankruptcy trustees offer a free initial consultation. When you meet with a trustee for the first time you can review your finances, learn about your options and get answers to important questions about finding relief from your debts.

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  • 1. Free Initial Consultationwith a Winnipeg BankruptcyTrustee
  • 2. LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371If your are facing the possibility ofbankruptcy, you may have some questionsfor a licensed bankruptcy trustee.Your first consultation is free. This simpleoverview will help you to understand theprocess.questions@lctaylor.net
  • 3. Call or e-mail to set upyour first appointment atthe trustee’s office or fora possible phoneconsultationLCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371Step 1:questions@lctaylor.net
  • 4. Meet with your trustee to discuss:•what you own•what you earn, and•what you oweThe trustee will review your situationand together you can determine ifbankruptcy is best for you.Your meeting is confidential.Step 2:LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371 questions@lctaylor.net
  • 5. Once you have reviewed your situationtogether, the trustee will explain youroptions and explain what steps he/shethinks you should take.Step 3:LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371 questions@lctaylor.net
  • 6. Bankruptcy is NOT the onlyrecommendation a trustee will make.Budgeting, counselling and consumerproposals are other options theymight recommend.Ask questions and discuss thepossibilities so you can make aninformed choice.Step 4:questions@lctaylor.netLCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371
  • 7. Step 5:Once the session is over, taketime to consider your optionsbefore moving forward.LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371 questions@lctaylor.net
  • 8. Step 6:The free initialconsultation is the firststep to finding debtrelief.LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371 questions@lctaylor.net
  • 9. If you having difficulty managing your debtin Manitoba or Ontario visitLCTaylor.comTrustees are available to answer your questions at ourWinnipeg and Kenora locations.Call us now to schedule your free consultation.LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371 questions@lctaylor.net
  • 10. If you having difficulty managing your debtin Manitoba or Ontario visitLCTaylor.comTrustees are available to answer your questions at ourWinnipeg and Kenora locations.Call us now to schedule your free consultation.LCTaylor: 1.800.463.8371 questions@lctaylor.net

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