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There is so much confusion about filing bankruptcy in Ontario. There’s debt consolidation, proposals to creditors, and credit counselling options. However, consumers have questions about bankruptcy and are often faced with a countless number of unknowns: How much will it cost? Will I lose my house or my car? What is a bankruptcy trustee? What assets are protected and which ones are not? What happens when you declare bankruptcy? What is the difference between credit counselling and a consumer proposal? No question is a bad question! But, instead of scouring the internet looking for answers, and then having to rely on what may not necessarily be reliable information, ASK A NIAGARA PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE instead! We have the answers to your debt consolidation & personal bankruptcy questions, and it doesn’t cost you a penny to have your questions answered accurately.
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Crawford, Smith and Swallow Inc. has been serving the Niagara Peninsula for over 70 years, providing the right answers to your questions on filing for bankruptcy or making a proposal in Ontario. Our professionals are dedicated to helping individuals regain control of their personal finances. We will work with you to find the best solutions tailored to your specific needs. We do not charge any up front fees either! At Crawford Smith and Swallow Inc., we put your needs first.
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