Trustees administer consumer bankruptcies, and formal and informal proposals.
The Trustee represents your creditors and is an officer of the court. The Trustee's duty is to protect your creditors first, and you second.
A Trustee in Bankruptcy must be licenced by the Federal Superintendent of Bankruptcy (an Officer of the Federal Government)
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Your Trustee will do the following for you:
You should ensure that your Bankruptcy Trustee is fully qualified and accredited by the Federal Government's Superintendent of Bankruptcy
Ask the Trustee what documents will be required for your initial assessment meeting to save time.
Your Trustee must have the following documents and information to properly evaluate your situation.
You must provide all the needed documents in order to proceed with solving your financial problems
It is important that you obtain a clear understanding of what fees and payment arrangements have been agreed, prior to any assignment in bankruptcy
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