The financial needs, demands, and behaviours of a family are always unique to the family itself, although there are some common threads that run through the world of family finance. Whether you have a large or small family, live as a single parent or with a spouse, have one child or four, you know that family comes first when it comes to making financial decisions.
You also know how hard it can be to keep up with mounting bills, how easy it is to lose track of how much you spend on fast food and entertainment, and how hard it can be to say no when the kids want new video games or clothes. But if you’re living under serious pressure from mounting debt and are struggling to see the light at the end of the tunnel, your family’s security and future are at stake.
If you are dodging collection calls, making late bill payments, making the minimum credit card payments, and are thinking that bankruptcy is the only way out, then it’s time to get the help of an insolvency trustee who will show you what you can do to get back in the driver’s seat of your finances.
You Want to Regain Financial Control
Licensed Insolvency Trustees used to go by the name bankruptcy trustee, and though the name has changed, their purpose has stayed the same. These credit professionals are licensed to represent an insolvent person in the cases of declaring bankruptcy or filing a consumer proposal.
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