If you are looking into making a consumer proposal in Surrey, you already know how stressful debt can be. If you feel like there is no end in sight, MNP LTD. can help. Drawing on our skills, knowledge and experience, we will help turn your situation around.
Backed by 50 years of experience, we're proud to be Surrey's go to source for everything from debt consolidation to filing for bankruptcy. With us, you'll get a FREE confidential consultation to show you there is a solution.
There are 14 offices near you
How our solutions can work for you
As a more positive choice than filing for bankruptcy, a consumer proposal is perfect for people with unsecured debts of less than $250,000. When you decide on this type of solution, your local Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Surrey will speak to your creditors on your behalf and arrange a single monthly payment plan for a set period of time. In some cases, you could even end up paying back less than the original amount owed. Get in touch with us today to discover the options available to you at a FREE, no obligation consultation.
You could benefit from our services if:
You can’t afford to pay your debts in full but your income can cover a single monthly payment
Your financial troubles are causing you stress
Wage garnishments are affecting your take-home pay
Personal Insolvency Counselling
MNP offers permanent life-changing debt solutions to individuals struggling with an overwhelming amount of debt. Our trustees are here to help.
Our dedication to providing trusted and independent financial assistance to Canadians started over 50 years ago and it hasn’t stopped since. Since that time, we’ve applied our skills and insight to help countless numbers of Canadians overcome any level of financial debt. Your local MNP LTD. office in Surrey is your go-to source for tailored solutions, including consumer proposals, debt consolidation, informal debt settlements and more.
Depending on the amount of debt you’ve accumulated, you may have the option to talk with your creditors directly and reduce your interest rate or arrange a payment schedule that fits your circumstances.