CONSUMER PROPOSAL IN FORT SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA
If you are looking to make a consumer proposal in Fort Saskatchewan, you’ve come to the right place. If you feel like you’re still not heading in the right direction, MNP LTD can help. Drawing on our skills, knowledge and experience, we will help turn your situation around.
For more than 50 years, our personalized debt solutions have helped Canadians achieve financial stability -- and can help you too. Schedule a FREE, confidential consultation with us now and see how we can help you address your debt situation.
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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 take this option, your local Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Fort Saskatchewan will contact your creditors and arrange a single monthly payment option for a set period of time. There's also a chance that you may not be responsible for the full amount owed. Investigate your options by calling us for a FREE, confidential consultation with your local MNP LTD Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Fort Saskatchewan.
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
Other MNP-administered solutions
Our commitment to providing dependable, trusted and effective financial solutions to Canadians dates back more than 50 years. Since then, we’ve applied our expertise to countless cases to help Canadians overcome financial difficulty. Your local MNP LTD office is your go-to source for personalized solutions, including consumer proposals, debt consolidation, informal debt settlements and more.
Depending on how much debt you’ve accumulated, you may have the option to contact your creditors directly and discuss a lower interest rate or a repayment schedule that suits your situation.
Debt consolidation combines your debt into a single monthly repayment so that you can pay off multiple creditors.
With the Orderly Payment of Debt (OPD) program, the court will merge your loans and pay — in three or more years — your unsecured debt on your behalf at a 5% yearly interest rate.
There are a number of ways to restore your credit. Together, we will review the advantages and disadvantages of each of the options available to you.