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Bankruptcy Does NOT Have to Be Your Only Option! Keep Reading To Learn About A Consumer Proposal.
Bankruptcy is always the last resort, and by dealing with Bromwich & Smith in Edmonton you can rest easy knowing that we have the experience and authority to present other solutions, such as a consumer proposal, a powerful bankruptcy alternative. A proposal will provide you with legal protection while allowing for a debt consolidation solution that fits your budget (based on what you can afford, and not what your creditors are demanding) and can let you keep the things you've worked so hard to earn. Declaring bankruptcy is not your only option.
With a Consumer Proposal, Bromwich & Smith negotiates with your creditors for you, reaching a settlement which usually requries repayment of only a percentage of the original amount owed, based on what you can afford and not what your creditors are demanding.
● A proposal can be paid over a period of up to 5 years, with one affordable monthly payment.
● All interest charges stop. There are no interest payments during the term of the proposal
● All creditors are legally bound by the conditions of a proposal, even if not all agree.
● Creditor collections, wage garnishees, frozen accounts and all other creditor legal actions are stopped immediately upon filing.
● You get to keep your assets.
● We are paid by a government tariff. There are No Fee Payments from you.
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To learn more about a Consumer Proposal, a powerful bankruptcy alternative, and how it can help you become debt free, please watch the short and informative video below:
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In Edmonton, more people are filing consumer proposals to help them get out of debt than ever before. For many people who owe money, the benefits of a proposal over bankruptcy make it a much more attractive alternative.