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Bankruptcy & Debt Help Services in Timmins, Ontario

Book a free, no obligation debt consultation with a debt professional in Timmins, Ontario. Learn about all your options including bankruptcy, consumer proposals, debt restructuring, and other debt help options.

119 Pine Street South Unit 322 3rd floor of Pine Plaza, Timmins Ontario P4N 2K3

1-705-567-8220 Toll Free: 1-844-448-3328

  • By phone Monday - Friday 8:30am to 5pm
  • On call evenings and weekends.
Map to: Timmins, Latitude: 48.473340 Longitude: -81.32863

Due to the concerns surrounding COVID-19, our team is working remotely for the time being and is available to help you via phone, email and video. Our physical offices will remain closed until further notice. Learn more about our response to COVID-19.

Location

Our Timmins office is located at 119 Pine Street South on the third floor of the Pine Plaza.

About Grant Thornton Limited

Grant Thornton Limited Timmins helps Canadians with overwhelming debt get financial fresh starts.

LITs (formerly known as Bankruptcy Trustees) 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.

Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees

Joey Zanni Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Grant Thornton Limited
Joey Zanni

CPA, CA, CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee

1 807 346 7217

Blog

  1. Retiring in the Red: 4 Tips for Tackling Debt as a Senior

  2. Blog: Canada's 2021 Federal Budget. Grant Thornton Limited

    Canada’s 2021 Federal Budget: What It Means For Canadians With Debt

  3. Blog: CERB Overpayment and Penalties, Grant Thornton Limited

    CERB Overpayments and Penalties: What we know so far

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