Greater Toronto Bankruptcy Trustees

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Greater Toronto Bankruptcy Trustees

Our Greater Toronto Bankruptcy Trustees will provide you a Free, no obligation consultation and if you desire, a Free evaluation by phone.   We have some of the best trustees, in the Greater Toronto area, listed on our website.

When you meet with a Greater Toronto bankruptcy trustee he or she will review your financial situation and advise you of some of the remedies available for you.  It could be just some tips on how to better manage your money.   It could be a consumer proposal or it could be bankruptcy.

Click on the city links below to contact a trustee in your area for a Free consultation or a Free evaluation by phone:

Ajax;   Brampton;   Burlington;  Etobicoke;   Markham;   Milton;   Mississauga;   Newmarket;   OakvilleOshawa;   Toronto;   Vaughan;   Whitby;

We also have Bankruptcy Trustees in Ottawa


You are protected when dealing with a trustee.

When you deal with a trustee in bankruptcy you can set your mind at ease because of the many safeguards in place to ensure that you get the best possible advice and service at the least cost.

Here are some of the safeguards in place for your peace of mind and security:

  • Trustees are regulated by the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, a Federal government agency;
  • Trustee’s fees are regulated by the Federal government so that it will cost you the same for a bankruptcy or a consumer proposal no matter where in Canada you are;
  • Almost all trustees have a university degree and are members of the Chartered Professional Accountants Association (CPA);
  • Trustees have to take a rigorous three year law and bankruptcy course, and after passing the course be investigated by the RCMP;
  • Ongoing training and study is mandatory;
  • Trustees are subject to a stringent code of ethics set by the Superintendent of Bankruptcy and Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA);
  • If anyone has a dispute with a trustee he or she can ask the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy to intervene;
  • Mediation is also available to settle disputes.