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3 • What does a
Bankruptcy Trustee do for me?


A Trustee in Bankruptcy is the one who legally registers a bankruptcy/proposal and knows everything that is lawfully required to process your affairs. A trustee will question you regarding all aspects of your financial history, scrutinizing every account and statement to get to the bottom of your disclosure to the penny. You pay the trustee to do this forensic accounting but the Trustee is bound by law to take all your data as you provide it to him and use it in favour of the best interests of your creditors.

When you engage a trustee you do not know what settlement will ultimately cost and fate is sealed as they do this work at your expense to maximize your payout settlement in favour of creditors.

When you Overcome Your Debt, You can be Financially Free!