Is Filing for Bankruptcy the Best Debt Solution for You?
Bankruptcy is a legal process, designed for the honest unfortunate debtor. It is designed to assist an individual out of debt so that they may have a fresh financial start. When you file for or declare personal bankruptcy, you are voluntarily entering into a legal process that provides you with immediate protection against any further action by your creditors. [Read More]
A Consumer Proposal is a formal offer to creditors to settle outstanding debts. If you are having difficulties making your monthly payments, falling behind or getting over-whelmed by your debts; you are not alone. Just like you, thousands of individuals throughout the Maritimes have sought the protection and help of a consumer proposal. [Read More]
Credit counselling is the best way to provide education on proper money management. This includes budgeting, proper use of credit and debit , and also repayment of debt. We can help you develop a monthly budget and assist you with following your budget to reduce your debt. [Read More]
Allan Marshall & Associates Inc. is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee firm with locations throughout the Maritime provinces. Licensed by the Federal Government of Canada to administer bankruptcies, consumer proposals, receivership’s and other insolvency services. The caring team at Allan Marshall & Associates have the knowledge and experience to assess your situation and offer the best advice for your particular need, whether you are a first time bankrupt or simply struggling to make ends meet.
Informative and considerate. Allan Marshall & Associates was very kind when dealing with my personal bankruptcy. Right from the moment I contacted them, we were greeted with someone that was considerate to our situation as I was going through a difficult time with my family. When we finally booked our appointment, it was very professional, but they made us feel comfortable and gave us the information we were looking for. I recommend them for any bankruptcy services you may need.
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If you have a house or vehicle secured by financing or mortgage you can keep them as long as the loan is current and remains up to date. Each situation is different, and your home will be discussed with you at a consultation. If your property has any equity, you should discuss this with your trustee.
No, your spouse can decide how they need to proceed based on their own finances. Sometimes it makes sense for couples to file together and other times it makes sense for only one partner to file a proposal or bankruptcy.
Allan D. Marshall is the President of Allan Marshall & Associates Inc and has been working in the insolvency industry since 1972. Mr. Marshall opened an independent insolvency firm in 1982 which is today incorporated under the name “Allan Marshall & Associates Inc”.
“When I started the company 30 years ago, I knew the company would be bigger than providing debt solutions and credit counselling services. Our work has been about supporting the families of the Maritimes as they face some of the most challenging times of their lives. Years later, we’ve had the privilege of standing beside hundreds of families, helping them pave a way of hope”
“I try to give every individual I meet advice on all of their available options relating to their financial health – discussing the pros and cons of each. Ultimately the individual will make their own decision on how they wish to proceed to correct their financial stress but with knowledge, comes informed decisions”
“There isn’t anyone who understands debt more than a licensed trustee. I have always enjoy helping people restore balance and improve their quality of life by working together with the goal of solving their financial burdens.”
“I meet great people, we work together to find a solution to their financial difficulties and lift the burden that is holding them back from having a better life … I can’t imagine a more rewarding job!”
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