How we help
How we help with bankruptcy
We provide free and confidential expert advice to get your finances back on track.
We can deal with your creditors and ease the pressure from them.
We can help with court actions taken against you by any of your creditors.
We will assess the extent of your problem and advise if going bankrupt is the best solution.
We will guide you through the process and help you each step of the way.
The important point in resolving your situation is to take action so call us now for free and confidential advice.
Tips and advice
tip # 1
Get the facts before you decide
If you are considering going bankrupt as a solution to your financial difficulties then you need to make sure you get all the facts. It’s a big decision and so it’s important that you decide on the best solution for you and in particular choose the one that suits your own personal circumstances.
Our specialist advisors are dealing with people every day who are considering going bankrupt and it’s not always the best solution. You must take full account of the disadvantages as well as the advantages before making a decision. There are many other debt solutions available that may suit you better.
Take action now and make use of our free advice on going bankrupt and find out if it really is right for you. If it is we can help and guide you through the whole process.
tip # 2
Bankruptcy is not a bad word
It’s a fact of modern life that many people for a wide variety of reasons can find themselves with serious financial problems that need a formal solution which puts an end to the problem.
This is the case with thousands of people across the UK every year and bankruptcy provides a straightforward legal process to remove your financial problems and make a fresh start.
Government changes – differences in Bankruptcy legislation
There are different guidelines and regulations for the bankruptcy procedure in Scotland and Northern Ireland and if you reside in either of these locations then you must be aware of the specific legislation that applies.
We have specialists in both Scotland and Northern Ireland to ensure you receive the advice, help and guidance you need if you are thinking of making yourself bankrupt.
Bankruptcy in Scotland
The Scottish Government have recently made changes to the sequestration procedure to simplify it and make it more accessible to people throughout Scotland with financial problems. For more information see our section on Scottish Bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy in Northern Ireland
Going bankrupt in Northern Ireland is different to that in England and Wales. The bankruptcy procedures are different and the process is dealt with by the Royal Courts of Justice in Belfast and not a local court as in England. Costs and fees are also different. For more information see our section on Bankruptcy in Northern Ireland.
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