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St. Thomas Ontario Bankruptcy, Consumer Proposals, Credit Counselling Solutions

When it comes to bankruptcy, consumer proposals, credit counselling or settling debts in St. Thomas, Ontario, we are the local experts. Our St. Thomas office services all of Elgin County including the communities of Aylmer, Port Stanley, Shedden, Dutton and West Lorne. In 1996 John Adamson left a large firm and opened his St. Thomas bankruptcy trustee office, to provide credit and debt counselling, personal bankruptcy, corporate bankruptcy and proposal services to people in Elgin County. Our St. Thomas office is located at 142 Centre Street, St. Thomas and is open 5 days a week with evening and weekend appointments available. WALK-INS are always welcome, and CONSULTATIONS are always FREE. Feel free to CHAT LIVE NOW if you have questions for our experts or wish to BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATIONLooking for advice on whether to file a personal bankruptcy in St. Thomas? Come on down to our office to meet up with one of our experts.

Meet Our St. Thomas Experts

John Adamson, CPA, CMA
Licensed Insolvency Trustee

John Adamson, Licensed Insolvency Trustee -

Angel Kaplanis, BA
Estate Manager

Angel Kaplanis, BA Estate Manager |

Connie Schnekenburger
Estate Manager

Connie, Bankruptcy Trustee in Ontario

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142 Centre Street
St. Thomas, Ontario
N5R 3A3

Office Hours:
Monday to Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Bankruptcy and St. Thomas’ History

The railway has been a part of St. Thomas since 1856 with the completion of the London and Port Stanley Railway. Since then, a total of 26 rail companies have passed through St. Thomas, making it the ‘Railway Capital of Canada’. Many of these companies became insolvent or were financially restructured. With the decline of the railway as a mode of transportation, other industry, principally automotive manufacturing, began to locate in or around St. Thomas, Ontario. Unfortunately, the auto industry suffered significantly in the recession that began in 2008 and St. Thomas underwent a number of plant closings. The implications of these closures caused a financial burden for many St. Thomas residents. Our St. Thomas bankruptcy, insolvency, and restructuring experts have been there for the people of St. Thomas, Ontario through both the good and the bad economic times and we are there for you.

Day or evening, we are open late to help you. Call us now at 519-310-5646