Right now your scenario is probably somewhat like this: You sit down at the dining room table with your big pile of monthly bills and stare at them all for awhile. Your anxiety level grows. Then you try to sort them out, to determine which you CAN pay and what you CAN’T PAY for that month. Not every creditor is going to make the cut as money is tight and your debts are growing. Tough choices must be made.
Now… imagine that scenario no longer exists? Imagine having one small payment every month to deal with your debts instead of that big pile of cheques to all of your creditors each month. Imagine having to use your chequebook so infrequently that you forget where you stored it? When you instruct your Trustee to prepare a settlement offer (also known as a consumer proposal) to your creditors, that’s exactly what happens. Your financial life gets a lot more streamlined. One Simple Payment Each Month to the Licensed Insolvency Trustee at A. Farber & Partners Once you file for protection from your creditors you’ll have only one simple payment to make each month – to your Trustee. This easy, pre-authorized monthly payment covers the Trustee’s costs (administrative fees, as well as court and mailing costs, etc.) as well as the funds your creditors will receive in your bankruptcy or consumer proposal. No hidden costs. No surprises. No stress. And that initial consultation? It’s totally free and without obligation. The debt solution manager or Trustee you will meet with normally spends about one hour or so reviewing your entire financial situation. This is an excellent opportunity for us to get to know you, and for you to get to know what we do and how we can assist you. After all, you’re already going through a really tough time – our job is to find a solution for your stress, not make things worse for you.
Shrink That Pile Of Overdue Bills… And Your Stress Level
So gather up all of those bills and those collection agency letters and come see us today. We’ll reduce your paper pile to one simple payment per month, and reduce your stress level at the same time. It’s probably one of the best decisions you’ll ever make.