Address
111 Waterloo Street, Suite 310
London, ON N6B 2M4

Active Intervention

Sometimes we can help by making a few phone calls or just helping you to understand your options better, offering tips and solutions or making good referrals.

Debt Settlement

We may be able to work out a settlement with your creditors to reduce your debts to one lump sum amount or reasonable payment terms.

Formal Proposal

A proposal filed by an Insolvency Trustee brings all your creditors to the table to discuss new payment arrangements and it protects you from legal actions.

Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a great option for many people facing debt problems, it is usually faster and cheaper than making a proposal and very effective.

What We Do

From the very first meeting we are trying to find the right solution for you and your family, we will follow through and help you every step of the way to financial health and a balanced budget.

About Us

Locke Consulting Inc.

We are a full-service insolvency firm practicing throughout Southwestern Ontario, we mostly provide services to consumers and small businesses assisting them with challenging debt problems.

 

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Our Team

Get to know our team, we are dedicated professionals who strive to provide you with the best service we can.

 

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