Debt solutions & consumer proposals in Dartmouth/Halifax
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Bankruptcy trustees & consumer proposals in Dartmouth/Halifax
At Harris & Partners, we have 50 years of experience in things like consumer proposals, debt solutions, and personal bankruptcy in Dartmouth/Halifax, so it’s fair to say that we know a thing or two about helping people with their financial burdens.
If you’re considering bankruptcy or any other debt solutions then you’ll find our Trustee’s professional advice invaluable. You won’t find anyone else that knows more about helping people escape their debt problems and finding appropriate debt solutions in Dartmouth/Halifax than Harris & Partners.
Licensed insolvency trustee in Dartmouth/Halifax
You may not know this, but bankruptcy is not the only solution to your debt problems. The Trustees at Harris & Partners in Dartmouth/Halifax are highly qualified to offer alternative debt solutions and are more than happy to advise you on how to work with your creditors to avoid bankruptcy proceedings.
If you are lying awake at night trying to think of a solution to your debt problems then you need to know that you’re not alone in this. Get debt help from the Licensed Insolvency Trustees at Harris & Partners in Dartmouth/Halifax today. Our talented team have one goal in mind; to improve your financial education so you can relieve yourself of the burden of your financial difficulties once and for all.
Don’t let your financial situation be a burden to you any longer. Harris & Partners’ team of insolvency experts in Dartmouth/Halifax are confident that they can find the perfect bankruptcy solution for you. Get in touch to book some time in with one of our Trustees and let’s start your journey on the road to financial recovery.
Your estate manager in Dartmouth/Halifax
Rob McLernon is responsible for the PEI, Nova Scotia, New Foundland & New Brunswick offices.
Rob joined HPI in 2022 after spending the past 20 years in the insolvency industry having most recently managed Grant Thornton’s insolvency team in Atlantic Canada. He became a Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) in 2014 and a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) in 2015. Rob is the Past President of the Nova Scotia Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Professionals (NSAIRP).
Rob is passionate about helping clients find solutions to their financial struggles and says he has the best job in the world – helping people each and every day achieve a Fresh Financial Start.
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Monday: 08:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Danger signs of bankruptcy
If you think you might be on the edge of filing for bankruptcy, ask yourself the following questions:
– Do you have to use credit cards to pay for everything?
– Can you only pay the minimum monthly amount on your credit card?
– Are you constantly borrowing money?
– Have your creditors repossessed your car?
– Have your creditors sold your debt or placed your account with a collection agency?
If you recognize any of those warning signs in your life, you may be headed for bankruptcy. Debt has a way of creeping up on nearly anyone with a credit card. It’s quite easy to acquire a large amount of debt when you’re faced with house payments, car payments, or student loans.
Bankruptcy exemptions & consumer proposals in Dartmouth/Halifax
It’s common to initially feel worried about your property and possessions during bankruptcy proceedings, but there are many essential personal effects that bankruptcy or consumer proposals are not allowed to touch. Bankruptcy proceedings for Dartmouth and Halifax fall under the jurisdiction of Nova Scotia province.
These exemptions include:
-Food, clothing, and fuel
– Medical and health aids
– Furniture, household furnishings, and appliances worth up to $5,000
– A motor vehicle that is worth less than $6,500
– Pension plans, RRSPs, and RRIFs
– Farmers: Seed, grain, and livestock
– Chattels used in the debtor’s chief occupation – to the value of $7,500
Do you have more questions? Are you unsure whether something you own would be exempt from bankruptcy proceedings? Speak to our Trustees who can give you sound advice and guide you through the entire process. The initial consultation is free!