Pierre Roy & Associés is proud to announce the opening of a sixteenth office in Quebec and a seventh office on the island of Montreal. The new office is located at 1384, Jean-Talon Street East in Montreal and is easily accessible via the Jean-Talon and Fabre metro stations.Read more
SAINT-JÉRÔME, April 2nd, 2014 – Pierre Roy & Associés, trustee in bankruptcy, is proud to announce the launch of a new office at 60 rue de Martigny Ouest in Saint-Jérôme. The new office is the 15th location in Quebec for the bankruptcy trustee firm established nearly 25 years ago in L’Île-Perrot.Read more
There are many myths circulating about RRSPs and their seizability in the event of a personal bankruptcy. Many clients ask us whether their savings will be seized if they declare bankruptcy. The answer is no!Read more
Consumer proposals are on the rise all across Canada and even more in Quebec. In fact, from 2012 to 2013, the number of consumer proposals increased by 5.4% in Canada and 28.7% in Quebec! At the same time, the number of personal bankruptcies declined by 3.2% in Canada. No doubt that the consumer proposal is becoming the solution of choice for debtors.Read more
There are those professionals that nobody wants to have to meet: the dentist, the doctor, the lawyer, the bailiff… and the trustee. However, you should know that all these people have the ability to help you solve your problems (health problems, legal problems, financial problems, etc.). Consulting a professional is always the right decision.Read more
Just as many of us thought we were coming out of an economic recession and that things were getting better, we realize that it is not the case for everyone.Read more
MONTREAL, January 9th, 2013 – Pierre Roy & Associés, bankruptcy trustees, published the first edition of its survey on the state of personal finances and debt of Quebec university students.
The survey was administered electronically, mostly via social media, to 123 participants between October 29th and November 5th à 2013. Participants came from several Quebec universities: University of Montreal, UQAM, Concordia, McGill, Laval University, and others.
The survey follows the latest events linked to the student crisis and tries to analyze the financial situation of university students. Particular attention has been paid in regard to funding, debt and expected remuneration after graduation.Read more
If you are reading this article, it’s probably because you’re tired of being held by the throat by your debts. Are you looking to make a fresh start that will allow you to rebuild on solid grounds, without your creditors harassing you constantly?Read more
You have student loans but you are no longer able to pay them? Thinking about personal bankruptcy to settle your debts? Be careful, as it could be that your student loans are not dischargeable!Read more