A Team You Can Trust in Montreal
Johanne Serpone, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
“The Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act promotes equity and it is the one I use most in my management. My goal is to offer efficient, courteous and thorough service throughout the bankruptcy and/or proposal process, as well as during the steps to take following those procedures.”
Having worked in the industry since 1979, Ms. Johanne Serpone worked in the field of insolvency with several firms before founding her own firm in 1995.
She is an active member of both the Quebec Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals and the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals. In addition, she regularly attends various seminars and conferences to remain abreast of any changes in the field.
George P. Tzicas, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
“If you cannot repay your creditors or fulfill your financial obligations, bankruptcy is not the only option that should be considered. You have other options! Meet with a professional who will help you make the best decision.”
Administrator since 2005 and Trustee since 2010, George is a professional who is able to handle difficult situations with great care and efficiency. After analyzing your situation, he will offer solutions to meet your needs.
Me Kyleigh Lapierre, In-House Attorney
“Insolvency is often a very complex process which could involve legal implications such as lawsuits. A client of Groupe Serpone benefits from the presence of an in-house lawyer who offers advice on legal matters. This competitive advantage leaves many consumers satisfied with their customer service experience.”
Kyleigh is a new member of the Groupe Serpone team, as she is only 2 years into her tenure. An alumnus from the University of Ottawa, she graduated with a bachelor in Civil Law. Moreover, Kyleigh completed her articling position at a general private practice in the Beauce area and discovered her passion in insolvency during her University studies. As an active member of the Barreau, she serves clients with legal issues which may arise during the insolvency process.
Josée St-Mars, Insolvency Counsellor
“We could deliberate over the pros and cons of going bankrupt, but there are plenty of advantages to making a proposal. This avoids your having to negotiate individually with each of your creditors and suspends all proceedings against you.”
A consultant and insolvency advisor in the field since 1981, Josée’s perfectionist and meticulous nature means she is always ready to meet the challenges that come up on a daily basis.
Bob McCormick, Insolvency Counsellor
“If you are concerned about your financial situation, don’t try to go through it alone. Get professional advice to help you better assess your situation. My human approach, my experience in banking and finance, as well as my years insolvency experience, will help you make your decision and regain control of your financial situation.”
Working in the field of bankruptcy and insolvency for almost nine years, Bob administers bankruptcies and proposals, conducts the analysis of the debtor’s financial situation and does consultations. His goal is to help you get through a very difficult time.
Pauline Viau, Insolvency Counsellor
“Insolvency often feels like a heavy burden on one’s back, but it can easily be lifted through the utilization of a certified insolvency counsellor. I, along with the entire team, am dedicated to providing excellent customer service, as it is my mission is to achieve customer satisfaction.”
With more than 20 years of experience, Pauline is an experienced insolvency counsellor who is responsible for consumer bankruptcies and proposals. Her fervor for insolvency stems from the gratification in solving the issues that may arise in her files. Finally, Pauline excels in creating a positive customer service experience through a goal-based approach and ensuring all consumer needs are fulfilled.
Judy Lamoureux, Insolvency Counsellor
“A proposal is often considered advantageous because if the terms of the proposal are accepted and the client fulfills their obligations, then assets such as one’s house are protected. However, many individuals are unaware that proposals are a viable option for debt reconciliation. Our team is dedicated to offering honest advice in order to build trust moving forward.”
An employee since 2007, Judy finds her intrinsic motivation from witnessing clients shift from fret to calmness. Her passion for the insolvency industry has led to a 39 year career with considerable work experience. Judy is responsible for consumer proposals and bankruptcies. Lastly, her honest approach directs clients to the best possible solution.
Angela Maiorino, Insolvency Counsellor
“Financial uncertainty can be a difficult situation for certain individuals, as it often involves emotional hardships. Although it may be strenuous, my empathetic nature will stabilize your emotions and help you make the right decision.”
Angela began at Groupe Serpone 13 years ago in the secretarial division of the company. Today, she is an impassioned counsellor who seeks to help individuals every day. Finally, her substantial insolvency experience is an asset which renders her ideal to guide clients throughout the consumer bankruptcy process.