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Reduce Your Debt By 85%

Financial difficulties can happen to anyone and anytime, can feel embarrassing and immensely stressful. If you owe more than $1000 and are unable to make debt payments, we will help.

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DEBT-FREE

David Bottom
Licensed Insolvency Trustee

Debt Consolidation:

Lower monthly payments

Save on interest costs

One easy monthly payment

“A simple way to combine several smaller loans into one single monthly payment.”

Convert high interest credit card debt into a new loan with a lower overall interest rate and you may be able to save on interest and lower your monthly payment

Consolidating high interest credit card debt into a bank loan or second mortgage which carries a lower interest rate can save you interest over the long term

Biggest advantage is having one (1) simple monthly payment instead of multiple payments

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What Our Clients Say

We have been serving clients for over 55 years, focusing on debt solutions for both personal and corporate insolvency and restructuring proceedings in a variety of industries.

Unbelievable people. David is as stand up a guy as you will ever deal with.

Excellent service and they go the extra mile for their clients which does not happen a lot these days.  I would highly recommend their firm.

David Bottom is very professional and committed to helping his clients.

 

Jessica, Coquitlam BC

John, North Vancouver BC

Will, New Westminster BC

Frequently Asked Questions

Top two questions answered.

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No, your creditors cannot continue to harass you when you go bankrupt in British Columbia.  Once you have filed a bankruptcy assignment, your creditors must contact your trustee, not you!

Will creditors continue to harass me?

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Poor money management isn’t always the cause of financial problems. Sometimes situations  beyond our control happens, such as job loss, divorce, death of a spouse, health problems, or a change in household income can lead to financial problems.

Are there ways to tell if I'm in financial trouble?

No such thing as a silly question, book your FREE consultation.

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