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Downtown Toronto Consumer Proposals and Insolvency Trustees

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For a free, confidential, consultation

phone416-497-0150 or

click hereto book your appointment online.

As trustees licensed by the Federal Government, A. Farber & Partners Inc. can assist you with credit problems and managing your debt through a consumer proposal or bankruptcy. We’ll explain your options and build a debt management solution unique to your situation. You’ll be treated with respect and dignity by our professional Debt Solutions Managers and Trustees. Call (844) 507-7526 for a free, confidential, one hour consultation, or book your appointment online.

A. Farber & Partners has assisted residents of Toronto with their financial difficulties for over 35 years.


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Debt Solutions Manager

Direct: 416-496-3726


Lloyd Wasser has been with A. Farber & Partners for more than ten years, and currently serves as a Debt Solutions Manager with the firm.  An accredited Insolvency Administrator & Debt Counselor for our firm, Lloyd is a graduate of both the CAIRP insolvency counseling program and the CAIRP Administrator’s program.  

In some of his past lives, Lloyd has served as the Regional Manager for a global consumer electronics firm, as President of the Canada-based arm of Widget Software Inc., a full-time freelance writer and editor, and even ran the front of house and box office of a well-known Toronto theatre for many years.  

Lloyd’s writing has appeared in dozens of publications over the past three decades, including Report on Business magazine, Head Office At Home, The Globe & Mail, Toronto Computes, We Compute and such US-based publications as MacHome Journal, HP OmniGo Magazine and The Palmtop Paper.  Lloyd is the recipient of two writing awards and one writing/directing award for his plays “The Hope That Survives” and “Tea and Toast” including two awards from York University.

If you are experiencing debt problems and need a compassionate, caring individual to assist you, Lloyd is available to guide you through the process and help you emerge debt-free at the other end.  Please call or email Lloyd today to set up a free consultation at either our Danforth Avenue (Toronto) or York and Adelaide (Downtown Toronto) offices.  He looks forward to helping you through this difficult time in your life. 


Lloyd looks forward to meeting you, confidentially reviewing your financial situation and providing you with a range of solutions to resolve your financial difficulties.

The options available to you to assist in managing your debt load, include:


A consumer proposal is an agreement between you and your creditors to pay them a portion of what you owe them, sometimes as little as 30%, in full settlement.


Credit counseling is an option, but only if you can pay off the ENTIRE amount of your debt over several years.


Many people are fearful of this option as it is not well understood. For those people who have no assets and no discretionary income, this may be the best solution. 


Debt consolidation is an option only if you are able to get a NEW loan, but this is often difficult if you have been missing debt repayments.

Should you choose a Consumer Proposal or Bankruptcy, these services can only be provided by Trustee licensed by The Federal Government. A.Farber has been licensed for over 35 years.


Getting to A. Farber & Partners Inc. in Downtown Toronto

150 York Street, Suite 1600
M5H 3S6

phone416-497-0150 or

click hereto book your appointment online.

wheelchairOur downtown Toronto office has chair lift-accessible elevators. Please ask the lobby security staff for assistance if you need it.

Parking: Paid parking is available nearby throughout the Financial District.

TTC: Visit the TTC’s route planner page or call the TTC customer service hotline at (416) 393-4636 (INFO).

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Downtown Toronto’s Financial District is generally considered to be bound by Queen Street West to the north, Front Street to the south, Yonge Street to the east, and University Avenue to the west. This area was originally planned as New Town in 1796, an extension of the Town of York. The Financial District has grown to be the heart of both Toronto and Canada’s financial services industry and continues to grow in density with several new office buildings under construction in the area. Many of the Financial District’s buildings are connected by the underground retail shopping area known as PATH. This collection of underground shops also connects to large above ground shopping areas including the Eaton Centre, making it one of the most important shopping areas in Toronto. Each business day approximately 100,000 people commute into the Financial District, many via the recently rejuvenated Union Station, which is also expanding its retail space and will be the terminus of a new rail link directly to Pearson Airport.

In 2013 over 1,500 people in the downtown Toronto area filed a consumer proposal or bankruptcy with the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada. A. Farber & Partners is pleased to offer consumer proposal and bankruptcy trustee services in the downtown Toronto area.