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At Adamson & Associates we care about the people in our communities and we are passionate about finding you a solution to your unique financial situation.Throughout our 20 years working to resolve debt issues through credit counselling, consumer proposals and bankruptcy, we have had the privilege of helping thousands. Let us help you and discuss your options for a fresh start! Let us help you and discuss your options for a fresh start!
Having a debt problem can be scary, but getting the wrong advice about how to solve it, can be even scarier!
Having a financial problem can be very stressful, and for many people, there is a feeling of failure and embarrassment. It is these reasons that people don't talk about their financial problems. The matter gets even more complicated because many accountants, lawyers and advisors are not aware of what options exist for people with money problems. Few people truly understand what bankruptcy is, or what services a trustee in bankruptcy can provide.
At Adamson & Associates Inc., we have built a solid reputation as an Ontario trustee in bankruptcy and consumer proposal administrator. We provide our clients with the best in professional bankruptcy and insolvency services. We understand that bankruptcy can be a troubling and confusing time for most people, so we strive to provide our clients with information every step of the way to reduce their stress levels and anxiety about the future. With many years dealing with bankruptcy cases in Ontario, we have had the privilege of helping many people through this tough ordeal. If you are having financial problems and are considering bankruptcy, please call us for help.
The reality is that people are scared by the word "bankruptcy", and because of that, people are reluctant to call a trustee in bankruptcy to seek help. However, if you look back in time to, say the seventies, the word divorce was also a horrible word. Sure divorce may not be pretty, but it is accepted and is talked about today. It also happens to be a major cause of personal bankruptcy. That being said, people don't talk about their bankruptcy, but they sure do talk about their divorce!
Most people will do almost anything to avoid bankruptcy. They sometimes turn to family, friends, or acquaintances with no qualifications or expertise, for advice on what to do about their debt problem. Confiding in family and friends about your money problems is perfectly fine, but for reliable advice that you can trust, it is important to speak with a professional like a Licensed Insolvency Trustee or a Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Practitioner (CIRP).
Sometimes people, when attempting to avoid bankruptcy, inadvertently worsen their financial situation by taking on high interest rate loans in the hopes of paying off current debts with a consolidation loan or an additional new loan. More often than not, this proves to be only a short-term solution, and only replaces one debt with another, often at a higher interest rate. Should you find yourself in over your head financially, your best bet is to consult with an experienced Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Practitioner who can advise you of your best course of action and help prepare a detailed plan that can be followed to work your way out of debt.
No one should feel embarrassed or ashamed to file for bankruptcy. Financial problems are not always caused by reckless overspending and carelessness. Sometime people find themselves in dire straits financially through no fault of their own. Unplanned and unavoidable events, like a major illness or serious accident, divorce, or losing one's job, can have a significant impact on your ability to pay your bills and stay out of debt.