Helping People Get Out of Debt Is All We Do

Thank you for reaching out and we can get through this together.

We understand that you are likely at a difficult stage in your life.  Feeling overwhelmed, feel as if there is no one you can talk to, perhaps you are feeling stressed and maybe there are sleepless nights.  I want you to know that this time in your life will pass and that (with our help), better days are ahead. There is light at the end of the tunnel.

There are many reasons why someone finds themselves in a difficult financial position.  Some common examples that we hear are: sudden job loss or cut in hours, unforeseen medical expenses, marital breakdown, high cost of living in a city like Toronto and the GTA are just a few reasons.  Let me assure you that you are not alone. This isn’t something most people speak about openly when with family, friends or co-workers.

When I started my firm, I wanted to provide a place where someone going through a difficult time could reach out to and get help in a personalized non-judgemental way and not feel as if they were just a number.  Equally as important was that our service had to be delivered in a very professional manner.

That is why I started Chande & Company Inc.

Journey to becoming debt free and getting a fresh start.

Chande & Company Inc. was started by Mihir (Mike) Chande to provide an individual going through financial difficulties a more personal non-judgemental approach to getting out of debt and getting a fresh start.

At our firm, we only focus on helping individuals.  We do not provide business insolvency services. We are not part of an accounting firm where one of the services we offer is “the debt business”.

Why Choose Chande To Help You Get Out of Debt?

After deciding to seek professional help in dealing with your debts, choosing the right Licensed Insolvency Trustee is likely the second most important decision in this process.

Why should you select us, Chande & Company Inc., to be your Licensed Insolvency Trustee?

  1. You will meet with a trustee for more than 5 to 10-minutes.

As many insolvency firms get larger, the trustee comes to perform an assessment (which is mandated by our regulator) and then the estate administrator will likely complete the rest of the meeting and/or signing of the legal documents.  Not with us.

2. All of our consultations are free.

Many firms advertise that their first consultation (and some offer the first hour) is free.  Not with us. All of your consultations are free, and we do not set time limits. Filing a consumer proposal or a bankruptcy is a serious matter and you want to make sure you are well informed.  You owe it to yourself that you are not rushed into making a decision.

3. You will actually get to know us quite well and won’t get moved from one department to another when you have questions. 

4. You will have direct access to your trustee.  Not just our insolvency estate administrators. 

5. Real custom-tailored debt solutions.

As a smaller firm, we take pride in being able to provide a true custom-tailored debt solution to you.  When was the last time that you dealt with a big corporation and felt like you received their personal attention?

6. Best of both worlds.

Our unique size allows us to provide custom-tailored debt solutions with a personal approach.  Our experience at some of the largest firms allows us to administer engagements efficiently and effectively.  You could say that “we are small enough to care and large enough to get the job done efficiently and effectively”

 7. People that we have previously helped recommend us to their family, friends and co-workers.

Unlike other firms that rely on large marketing budgets and/or debt consultants, the majority of our work comes from people that we have previously helped recommending us.  In fact, it is the single largest part of our business. If you meet with us for a free consultation, you will understand why.

Interested In Finding Out More?

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