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Debt Help in Alberta

Find trusted, reliable, accurate debt help in Alberta by contacting us at C. Buhler & Associates Ltd. No matter how unique your situation may be, our debt professionals will explain all of your options and answer all of your questions at your free consultation. With an office in Calgary, we are available to meet with you in person by appointment or virtually at a time that works for you. We have helped Albertans like you solve their financial problems by completing a credit counselling session, or filing a Consumer Proposal. If necessary, we can explain the option of bankruptcy, and any impact it might have on your assets. Do you have questions about dealing with debt? We can be your guide. C. Buhler & Associates Ltd. has a Licensed Insolvency Trustee ready and available to answer your questions. Regardless of how complex the financial situation that you currently face, whether it’s inflationary living expenses or credit card debt, we can help you with options that avoid bankruptcy, such as a Consumer Proposal.

Our expert team can speak with you today and help you explore options to get out of debt.

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Income Tax Debt

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Three Common Misconceptions About Bankruptcy In Canada

You might be absolutely positive you don’t want to file for bankruptcy in Canada. But if that’s the case, be sure it’s for the right reasons. There are many preconceived notions about bankruptcy that might be deterring you from even considering bankruptcy as a...

When Should I Consider Contacting a Licensed Insolvency Trustee?

It seems that everywhere you turn, people are struggling financially. With the rising cost of everything from gas to groceries, it’s no surprise that the average Canadian is ending the month with less cash, and sometimes just a bit further behind. There’s no doubt...

What does a Licensed Insolvency Trustee do?

A Licensed Insolvency Trustee is a debt professional, specifically licensed to handle bankruptcies and Consumer Proposals and to provide advice on debt options to all Canadians. How exactly do they do that? Here’s a quick overview: Licensed Insolvency Trustees meet...

How to Find a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Canada

If you are in financial trouble and struggling to make meaningful payments on your debts, you might consider consulting with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee. A Licensed Insolvency Trustee can provide you with a summary of your options, including debt consolidation and...

Pros and Cons of Filing Bankruptcy in Canada

Whether you're an individual or a business owner, one way or another, you will have some form of debt at a certain point in your life. However, when debt spirals out of control or you are no longer able to meet your financial obligations, it can quickly turn into a...

Why Do You Need To Change Bank Accounts after Filing a Consumer Proposal or a Bankruptcy?

After filing for Bankruptcy or a Consumer Proposal in Winnipeg, the Trustee will often recommend that you change bank accounts. Why is that? There are a few reasons, which we will outline below for you. Why do I need to change bank accounts after I’ve filed a Consumer...

Is all debt bad debt?

There are many different types of debt available to those looking for financial options. Not all debt is bad – debt can be used to finance acquisition of an asset, such as a car loan, or using a mortgage to purchase a home. Personal loans are becoming a popular way...

Will Bankruptcy affect my spouse?

If I file for Bankruptcy what will happen to my spouse? It is a common concern that we see, if someone files for bankruptcy in Winnipeg that it will negatively affect their spouse. You may be worried that they will be forced into bankruptcy as well. You may worry...

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