You can get out of debt!
After working for many years in the largest firms of accountants and Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Montreal, Nathalie Séguin decided to take a different path and started her own firm as a Licensed Insolvency Trustee.
At N. Séguin Inc., the customer is our priority. We understand your reality and the stress you are experiencing. We work with you as a team to reduce or eliminate your financial burden.
N. Séguin Inc. is the Licensed Insolvency Trustee in the greater Montréal area that you can trust.
Over 90% of our customers get out of debt
At N. Seguin, Trustee, personal bankruptcy is the last possible solution. Of all of our customers, we have 23% fewer bankruptcies than the average for trustees in Quebec! With a solution such as the consumer proposal, we have the power, as a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, to negotiate with your creditors to reduce your debts very quickly. Some of our customers have seen a reduction of more than 80% of their debts without going bankrupt.
Our goal is to free you from debt quickly with the fewest possible side effects! Our customers leave happy and with their heads held high.
Make an appointment for a free and confidential evaluation by our Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Montreal or at one of our other offices located in Anjou, Brossard, West Island, Laval, Longueuil and St-Jerome.
Consumer proposal versus debt consolidation: a major difference!
The consumer proposal, unlike debt consolidation, helps stop interest payments and even significantly reduces your debts by negotiating with all of your creditors (credit cards, various loans, telecommunications company, etc.).
The consumer proposal allows you to make only one monthly payment without interest to all of your creditors, unlike debt consolidation, which can pay all your debts using a long-term loan with interest.
Too much debt? It’s better to eliminate debts than to borrow any further!
Some people “suffering” from too much debt opt for borrowing from parallel lenders with high interest rates to get out of it. Unfortunately, this only worsens their situation. Others borrow from their relatives to pay their debts and when they can no longer reimburse them, they must go bankrupt. Then they risk losing their property, family and friends.