Bankruptcy New Brunswick: Speak to a Trustee
to Learn More About NB Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy New Brunswick: Are you facing money problems in New Brunswick that you fear will lead to bankruptcy and would like to learn more about how bankruptcy will impact you and the assets you own or if there are any bankruptcy alternatives available to you? The team of local Manitoba bankruptcy trustees listed here will help you answer these questions and more.

Trustees Serving New Brunswick Communities

Bankruptcy Bathurst Trustee

Grant Thornton New BrunswickTrustee: Grant Thornton Limited

Keystone Place, 270 Douglas Avenue, 1st Floor, Bathurst NB, E2A 1M9 Map

Phone: 1-888-296-2822

Free Evaluation: Bathurst Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy Edmundston Trustee

Grant Thornton New BrunswickTrustee: Grant Thornton Limited

2 Hill Street, Suite 302, Edmundston, NB, E3V 1H8 Map

Phone: 1-888-296-2822

Free Evaluation: Edmundston Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy Fredericton Trustee

Allan Marshall & AssociatesTrustee: Allan Marshall & Associates Inc.

102 – 212 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB, E3B 1A8 Map

Phone: 506-801-1085

Free Evaluation: Fredericton Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy Grand Falls Trustee

Grant Thornton New BrunswickTrustee: Grant Thornton Limited

166 Broadway Boulevard, Suite 201, Grand Falls, NB, E3Z 2J9 Map

Phone: 1-888-296-2822

Free Evaluation: Grand Falls Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy Kedgwick Trustee

Grant Thornton New Brunswick
Trustee: Grant Thornton Limited

Keystone Place, 270 Douglas Avenue, 1st Floor, Bathurst, NB, E2A 1M9 Map

Phone: 1-888-296-2822

Free Evaluation: Kedgwick Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy Moncton Trustee

Allan Marshall & AssociatesTrustee: Allan Marshall & Associates Inc.

500 St. George Street, Moncton, NB, E1C 1Y3 Map

Phone: 506-801-1086

Free Evaluation: Moncton Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy Saint John Trustee

Allan Marshall & AssociatesTrustee: Allan Marshall & Associates Inc.

400 – 53 King St., Saint John, NB, E2L 1G5 Map

Phone: 506-801-1087

Free Evaluation: Saint John Bankruptcy Consultation


Bankruptcy New BrunswickBankruptcy or a consumer proposal, the most common alternative to bankruptcy, are governed by New Brunswick bankruptcy trustees who can explain the bankruptcy or proposal process, the cost of filing bankruptcy or making a consumer proposal, and explain the best solution for you.

Bankruptcy New Brunswick and Consumer proposals in New Brunswick are both intricate legal processes that you need the help of a trustee to fully understand whether either solution could be right for you.

A New Brunswick bankruptcy can be over in as little as nine months, at which point you will receive your automatic bankruptcy discharge and your debts will be eliminated. The trustee can help you determine if you will be able to keep your car, home and other assets when going bankrupt. Bankruptcy in New Brunswick can be the right decision for many individuals struggling with debt although it might not be the best solution for every person.

A Bankruptcy Canada trustee servicing New Brunswick will also help you understand the bankruptcy alternatives that could be available to you. In some cases our trustees can help you with an alternative to bankruptcy such as a consumer proposal which can be a very attractive way to deal with your debt but avoid bankruptcy. A bankruptcy trustee assisting with a proposal is known as a “consumer proposal administrator.”

Our team of New Brunswick bankruptcy trustees are available to meet with you personally, or can answer your questions about bankruptcy in New Brunswick and discuss your debts in confidence over the phone. You can also send us a message via our on-line bankruptcy form or by calling our confidential toll free number 24 hours a day and your information will be analysed and you will be matched with a local bankruptcy trustee

We have the expertise needed to help you get out of debt, get your finances under control and learn how to manage your financial life in the future. Every trustee on our site offers free confidential evaluations and are skilled, knowledgeable and friendly debt relief experts.

These New Brunswick bankruptcy experts who are listed above will gladly answer all of your questions in a confidential manner. When you are ready to discuss whether bankruptcy, or an alternative to bankruptcy provided by our insolvency trustees, is right for you please call one of our local trustees.

You may also be matched with an expert bankruptcy trustee in your area by sending us your information through our confidential and secure online form or by calling our 24 hour support hotline.