What is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT)?
LOOKING FOR DEBT HELP? WONDERING IF YOU NEED TO FILE BANKRUPTCY?
Looking for debt help? An LIT is a qualified, experienced and federally regulated professional licensed to educate and guide you when you are looking for debt help. They can provide information on bankruptcy, proposals to creditors, or even if you just need some financial counselling. Many LIT’s are also members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP). CIRPs are recognizable in the industry for their integrity, expertise and professionalism.
Concerned about what happens when you file for bankruptcy, or just have bankruptcy questions? Want to know what other options exist to consolidate your debt, or stop garnishments and annoying creditor phone calls?
Contact us today!
Do You Need Help From a Trustee (LIT)?
|Free Initial Consult|
|Can file a consumer proposal|
|Can file a bankruptcy|
What I Can Help You With
Understand the Options, Make a Decision, and Reach Your Goals
Choosing to work with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee means committing to a fresh financial start. We are here to explain your options and support you in your decision, and provide you with the tools for your success.
Learn Healthy Budgeting Skills & Improve Money Management
You will have the opportunity to discuss budgeting techniques, and the difference between ‘good’ credit and ‘bad’ credit. Financial counselling sessions are structured to allow you to learn how to manage money in a responsible and effective manner, and recognize some of the ‘pit-falls’ which lead to financial trouble.
I also deliver
Financial Literacy Education Seminars
Working as a volunteer for CPA Canada, I can deliver sessions geared to strengthen financial literacy in Canada. With sessions designed for Adults, New Canadians, Entrepreneurs, and even School-Age Children, CPA Canada's comprehensive program provides objective, reliable information, in an easy-to-follow format.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT)?
I don’t want to file bankruptcy, why should I talk to you?
I DON’T want to lose my home, but I have too much debt. Are there other options?
How can an LIT help me?
Do you offer financial counselling?
264 10th Street, Unit C
Brandon, MB R7A 4E8
Yellowknife, NT X1A 1M1
1460 Chevrier, Suite 200
Winnipeg, MB R3T 1Y6