Bankruptcy Campbell River, BC: Free Consultation
Do you have debt problems? – G. Slocombe & Associates Inc. offers free initial consultation with our BC Licensed Insolvency Trustee . For many years our Trustee has been helping residents of Campbell River and the surrounding areas who have been experiencing financial troubles. The consultations are free and confidential, and invoke no obligation on your part.
To arrange for your initial consultation, please call our Licensed Insolvency Trustee serving Campbell River or email us at email@example.com.
You might also choose to contact us online for a Free Case Evaluation. The Free Case Evaluation form allows you to send us the details on your situation as well as any questions you might have for us online, and to get our opinion in regards to your options. After we receive your request, we will get back to you either by phone or by email (as you prefer it) in the next 24 hours.
G. Slocombe & Associates Inc. has been a Licensed Insolvency Trustee firm for over 10 years. The goal of our team of professionals is to ensure that you fully understand the process, your alternatives (bankruptcy or proposal), and that you take the right action to deal with your debt problems.
Our bankruptcy office serving Campbell River area
(The offices of Presley & Partners, Chartered Accountants)
951 Fitzgerald Avenue
Phone: (250) 338-6880
Toll Free 1-877-421-2288
Credit cards, loans, taxes, bills, and other financial obligations can stack up in a hurry. You need to know that you are not alone and that we have assisted many people residing in Campbell River and the North Island to deal with their debt problems. We can help you to begin again, rebuild your credit and develop financial balance in your life.
Gareth Slocombe, a Licensed Insolvency Trustee and the founder of G. Slocombe & Associates Inc., has specialized in assisting people with debt and insolvency problems for over 20 years. The team at G. Slocombe & Associates Inc. is here to listen and provide effective financial solutions.
For more details on how consumer proposals and bankruptcy work, please call or email our office and simply ask your questions or arrange a free initial consultation with our trustee.