Can I Avoid Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy is a last resort for creditors; they’d generally prefer to reach an agreement with you to repay your debts – in part at least over time – and not make you bankrupt.
However, if you do nothing you may be made bankrupt
Ways we can help you
Bankruptcy is not the only way to deal with overwhelming debt
Advice on dealing with debt
Our experts handle many varied enquiries – so you’re speaking to the right people.
Full detailed assessment
We’ll provide a detailed assessment of your situation, making sure you’re fully informed before signing up to anything.
Received a Statutory Demand?
We can help you respond and prevent the creditor’s intention to make you bankrupt – but you must act quickly.
Worried about losing your home
Homeowners – we can help prevent the loss of your home and any equity you have.
Protected Trust Deeds (PTD)
Make affordable payments towards your debts for normally 48 months after which the rest if written off. You retain more control than bankruptcy.
Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS)
Allows a person or business to repay debts over an extended period while granting protection from creditor action.
Debt You Can Include
Most types of debts can be included in the solutions we offer
Unsecured Personal Loans
Payday and Doorstep Loans
Council Tax Arrears
Gas, electric & water arrears
1-2-3 Steps to getting out of debt
We'll handle your enquiry with care and sensitivity
1 - Get an answer online
Fill in your details and we’ll let you know which solutions you may qualify for.
2 - Speak to us
A member of our team will call you to talk through your options and what to do next.
3 - Start to take control
We can get you on the right solution without delay, so you can start taking control.