Canada’s first licensed debtors lawyers complete training and are ready to serve financially struggling Canadians


Debtors Association of Canada raises the bar of expertise available to help those in debt

HAMILTON, ON, January 11, 2022 / CNW / – The Debtors Association of Canada is pleased to announce the first Certified Debtor Lawyers who have achieved the requisite skill set who demonstrate essential skills and expertise as Uniquely Qualified, Highly Competent and Respectful Professionals ethics. Robert glen of Windsor, Ontario, Scott patton of Kitchener, Ontario and Ranjan Khera of Edmonton, Alberta are ready to help people with debt, navigate from Canada the insolvency industry and embark on the road to recovery.

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The Certified Debtor Advocate designation formally recognizes a profession that places the needs of the debtor above all and above all other parties in the process of paying off debt and / or personal insolvency. Licensed debtors lawyers are recognized experts whose debtors can be assured that they are working only on their behalf, to assist them. “The certification reinforces the belief of the Debtors Association of Canada that debtors deserve and should have their own exclusive lawyer who works only for them,” said the President and CEO of the Debtors Association of Canada. Henriette ross.

The Chartered Debtor Lawyer Appointment Program has five distinct study streams: Ethics and Values; Service leadership; Behavioral financial coaching; Anatomy of the Debt System and Fundamentals of Advocacy. the Licensed debtors lawyer the professional designation is granted once all five aspects of the required training have been successfully completed. Licensed debtors lawyers support the Debtors Bill of Rights, a framework established by CDA to improve the standards of processing and compliance with debtors in Canada and certify that you comply with the Code of Ethics and Principles of Conduct of the Debtors Association of Canada. After obtaining the title, continuing education is necessary to keep it.

“The Debtors Association of Canada sees a future where debtors’ rights, backed by a strong profession of debtors advocate, are universally accepted and widely adopted by all facets of the credit, debt and lending industry. ‘insolvency,’ Ross said. “We are confident that licensed debtors’ lawyers will soon become the recognized experts that debtors can unconditionally call theirs, to help them. “

For those trying to navigate the complicated world of debt and to learn more about the emerging role of the Debtors Association of Canada, visit

About the Debtors Association of Canada

The Debtors Association of Canada (CDA) is a national non-profit organization committed to creating a better experience for debtors, especially for financially vulnerable individuals and families. CDA’s transformational vision includes introducing better structures, better supports, and the attention debtors need to successfully recover from financial bankruptcy and insolvency. For more information visit

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