Top 3 Benefits of a Consumer Proposal

The Top Three Benefits of Filing a Consumer Proposal

What are the top three benefits of filing a consumer proposal with Goldhar & Associates Ltd., Licensed Insolvency Trustee?

If you want to Shed the Debt that you’re struggling with, but bankruptcy is a step too far, Goldhar & Associates Ltd., Licensed Insolvency Trustee, can help you file a Consumer Proposal. Consumer Proposals are an interest-FREE option that allows you to pay as little as a fraction of your debt in a safe and controlled way, giving you a fresh financial start. Working together with us grants you the following:

  1. An experienced team of financial professionals will walk you through the entire process and help you negotiate fair and reasonable terms payable over 60 months. Goldhar and Associates Ltd. will also provide credit counselling before completing the Consumer Proposal.
  2. You keep your assets and pay an agreed-upon reduced amount of the debt with no further interest, rather than the original full amount, which would have exorbitant interest accumulating over all this time.
  3. The consumer proposal protects you from creditors, keeping them from taking legal action against you. When you finish paying the agreed-upon sum defined by the consumer proposal, you will be debt-free and have nothing to fear.

Thousands of Canadians just like you are drowning in debt and searching for a way out. Once debt starts piling up, it can quickly become uncontrollable. Escaping the debt can be an overwhelming task, especially with rising interest rates constantly adding to the amount of debt you owe. Don’t be ashamed if you cannot keep up. Goldhar & Associates Ltd., Licensed Insolvency Trustee, can help.

A reasonable solution to your debt problems is within reach. With the help of the debt professionals at Goldhar & Associates Ltd., Licensed Insolvency Trustee, your hard work can pay off and leave you Debt Free. If a consumer proposal sounds right, waste no time – call 1-855-541-5114, email, or visit our website: