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Debt Help in Manitoba

Personal, reliable debt help is available for you in Manitoba. From our offices in Brandon and Winnipeg, C. Buhler & Associates Ltd. can help you settle your debt without filing a bankruptcy. Our expert team will listen to your unique situation, and will explain all of your options to reduce or eliminate debt. We are happy to answer all of your questions. Debt Consultations are free! We are available to meet with you in person or virtually, during office hours or evenings. If you live in Manitoba, you have options to deal with your financial situation, such as credit  and debt counselling, considering a Consumer Proposal, or filing a bankruptcy in Manitoba. Our Licensed Insolvency Trustee is available to answer your questions by video, phone, email or text!  Reduce your monthly payments on debt, and put your debt on payment terms that work with your budget, such as a Consumer Proposal.

Let us guide you out of debt and back into control. Serving all of Manitoba!

Testimonials

tory blandford
tory blandford
2022-04-19
Les Enright
Les Enright
2021-11-04
The level of care and expertise provided by Crystal and her team is unmatched! They provide a welcoming environment where you can feel comfortable to deal with anything! Keep up the great work!
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xCDx Smith
2021-10-22
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