Consumer Proposal Ontario, Canada

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What Is A Consumer Proposal?

In its most basic sense, a consumer proposal is essentially a formal debt repayment plan where you pay back your creditors, often a fraction of what you owe them. Think of it as a consolidation loan without any interest charges and for only a fraction of the total amount owed.

How does the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy describe what a consumer proposal is? It is a formal, legally binding process that is administered by a Licensed Insolvency Trustee who acts as the consumer proposal administrator. In this process, the trustee will work with you to develop a “proposal” – an offer to pay back, to your creditors, a percentage of what is owed to them, or extend the time you have to pay off the debts, or a combination of both.

It has become one of the most popular (and effective) way to deal with debt problems and in many ways a better way to deal with debt challenges rather than by filing a bankruptcy.

Who Can File A Consumer Proposal?

To file a consumer proposal, you must owe at least $1,000 and up to $250,000 (not including your mortgage) and you are unable to repay your debts.

Other important factors are:

  • You can make monthly payments; and
  • Your total debts exceed the value of your assets.

If you are having trouble in repaying your debts, then a consumer proposal may be a good option for you to deal with your debt challenges.

To find out if a consumer proposal is the right debt solution for you, call us and we will go over all your options in a free confidential meeting.

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