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Bankruptcy & Debt Help Services in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia

Book a confidential, no obligation debt consultation with a debt professional in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. Learn about all your options including bankruptcy, consumer proposals, debt restructuring, and other debt help options.

833 Sackville Drive Unit 2, Lower Sackville NS B4E 1S1

Toll Free: 310 6060 Text: 1 902 465 6262 1 902 453 9257

  • Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm
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Our Services

Our Lower Sackville office is located next to Enterprise Car Rental at the corner of Sackville Drive and Beaverbank Road.

Amenities

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Free parking

About Grant Thornton Limited

Grant Thornton Limited helps people in Lower Sackville with overwhelming debt get financial fresh starts.

We are Licensed Insolvency Trustees (formerly known as Bankruptcy Trustees), who are the only professionals authorized to administer government-regulated insolvency proceedings that allow you to be discharged from your debt, such as consumer proposals and bankruptcies. Once you file a proposal or bankruptcy, we deal directly with your creditors on your behalf and unsecured creditors are prohibited from contacting you or filing legal proceedings against you.

There are alternatives to bankruptcy – let us help you find your best debt solution. Contact us for a free, no obligation consultation.

Awards 

  • 3-year award recipient in the Licensed Insolvency Trustee category

Consumer Choice Award, 3-year winner

Watch Our Video

Grant Thornton Limited offers a free, no-obligation consultation to review all of your options—not just bankruptcy—to get out of debt. Watch the video below for more information. 

Memberships

Community Involvement

Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees

Dave MacDonald, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Dave MacDonald

CPA, CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee

1 902 453 2153

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Our Debt Professionals

Blog

  1. 5 Steps to Taking Control of Your Finance, Grant Thornton Limited

    Taking The Financial Reins: 5 Steps To Taking Control Of Your Finances

  2. As humans, we tend to learn by example. So as a parent, teacher or role model to a young person, it’s never too early to begin introducing financial literacy into your child’s routine. This can be done in a number of different ways, however I've come up with a few suggestions to help you get started.

    Practice Makes Perfect: Tips For Forming Good Financial Habits Early

  3. Making Informed Financial Decisions, Grant Thornton Limited

    You Have The Right To Remain Informed: Tips For Making Informed Financial Decisions

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