De Billy-Tremblay & Associés Inc. - Longueuil
785, chemin Chambly
Tel.: (450) 670-1888
Fax: (514) 875-1336
Date Company was established
10 septembre 1997
17 march 2010
Number of employees
The head office of De Billy-Tremblay & Associates Inc. is situated at 1255, University Street, suite 1515, Montreal.
De Billy-Tremblay & Associates Inc. groups eight (8) other offices which are respectively situated in Montreal, Montreal-Centre-Sud, Pointe-Claire, Dorval, Montreal-St-Michel, St-Hubert, Beloeil and St-Laurent.
The addresses and phone numbers of those eight (8) other offices appear on the web site of the enterprise: www.debilly-tremblay.com
Nature of business
This enterprise offers a complete range of services in insolvency and reorganization, based in Montréal and Longueuil (Québec)
This company operates in the following fields of activity:
Longueuil - Trustee in bankruptcy, Insolvency consultant, Financial counsellor, Debts Consolidation, Debts, Indebtedness, Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Commercial bankruptcies, Corporate bankruptcies, Business bankruptcies, Personal bankruptcy, Insolvency, Consumers' insolvency, Insolvency and financial recovery, Insolvency, bankruptcy and restructuration, Debt problems, Financial problems, Winding-up arrangement, Consumer proposal, Financial reorganization, Financial reorganization, Business restructuration, Bankruptcy trustee
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