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Bankruptcy & Consumer Proposals in Kitchener / Waterloo

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Kitchener / Waterloo, Ontario Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals, Credit Counselling Solutions

Adamson & Associates Inc. opened its’ office in the Kitchener/Waterloo area in 1997 and has been providing bankruptcy and proposal services to the local area since then.

Although the economy is well diversified, many people in the Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph and Cambridge area find themselves experiencing debt problems as a result of martial breakdown, job losses and high housing costs. Since 1997 we have helped thousands of people resolve their debt challenges in the area and we can help you too. We offer FREE CONSULTATIONS and arrange appointments that work into your schedule, including evenings and weekends.

Meet our team of bankruptcy experts in Kitchener Ontario. Make an appointment for a consultation and come down to our office to talk about your unique financial situation.

Meet Our Kitchener/Waterloo Bankruptcy Experts

John Adamson, CPA, CMA

John Adamson, CPA, CMA

Christine Sylver

Christine Sylver

Angel Kaplanis, BA

Angel Kaplanis, BA

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279 Weber Street North,
Waterloo, Ontario
N2J 3H8

Office Hours:

Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Evening & Saturday by appointment
Virtual and in-person options

Waterloo Office

Local Economy

Kitchener/Waterloo is an area known for high tech industries, educational institutions and a large financial/insurance base. However, the area has a wealth of manufacturing as well, which is often overshadowed by the other sectors of the economy.

Even though, in the 2008 economic recession, many manufacturers in the area filed bankruptcy, filed proposals or were put into receivership, the area fared better than many other areas with a strong background in manufacturing due to the diversification into other economic areas.

As a result of Kitchener/Waterloo’s proximity to the Greater Toronto Area, its housing market also fared better than many other areas in South Western Ontario.

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