Licensed Insolvency Trustee Melanie Leigh
Helps You Develop the Right Plan to Become Debt-Free
Get debt relief ASAP through a consumer proposal or bankruptcy.
Melanie is here to help you make an informed decision. Complete the form or call (844) 448-0934 to request a free, no-obligation debt assessment.
Trust in 25 years of experience…
A compassionate approach to a stressful financial situation.
Since 1996, Melanie Leigh has taken a different approach to help Canadians get out of debt. She believes that everyone facing challenges with debt deserves compassion and empathy about their situation. As a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, it’s her goal to help you find the best way to become debt-free.
“My job as a trustee is to make sure you understand all your options, so you can make an informed decision about how to deal with your debt.”
Finding the best solution to get out of debt depends on your financial situation. During your free debt assessment, Melanie will ask questions about your income, expenses, debt, and assets to get a clear picture of where you stand. Then together, you will weigh the pros and cons of all the debt relief solutions available. Then you can make an informed decision on your best course of action.
This depends on your financial situation and the solution you use to get out of debt. If you file bankruptcy and it is your first time filing, you could be debt-free in as few as nine months. But the time can vary based on your income and assets. A consumer proposal can last a maximum of 60 months but can take less time, depending on the terms of your repayment plan.
By the end of your free debt assessment, Melanie will provide you with a timeline and a complete outline of everything you will need to do during that time.
Initially, the service a Licensed Insolvency Trustee provides will not cost you anything. You can get a free, no-obligation debt assessment to review your finances with Melanie, and then she’ll help you understand your options for relief. Once you decide which solution you want to use, the cost will be based on federal guidelines adjusted for your financial situation.