GOVERNMENT DEBT HELP
UK Debt SOLutions backed by government legislation
Government Legislation can:
Legally write off up to 80% of your debt
Protect your home and assets
Instantly freeze interest & charges
Low monthly payments, as little as £80
Stop demands and contact from your lenders
Be completely free of your debt
Write Off Debt With a Government Scheme
Free impartial advice from trained experts in all aspects of debt counselling
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Debt solutions governed by Part VIII of the Insolvency Act 1986 constitute a formal repayment proposal presented to a debtor’s creditors via an insolvency practitioner.
The Insolvency Act of 1986 (amended by the Insolvency Act 2000 and the Enterprise Act 2002) introduced a new procedure whereby a debtor could come to an arrangement with his/her creditors to pay his/her debts in full or in part over time as an alternative to bankruptcy.
Have you been struggling hard to settle your unsecured debts but don’t have the money-liquidity required to pay them off? Looking for a way to avoid bankruptcy? Then an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) may be a good option for you. At UK Debt Advice, our IVA experts can provide you with complete information about the IVA agreement and work with you cohesively at every step of the IVA process, helping you overcome debt management problems without any stress or hassle. ENQUIRE ABOUT A GOVERNMENT SCHEME CALLED AND IVA
Debt Arrangement Schemes (DAS)
You will still repay your debts in full, just more slowly. And making the lower repayments agreed in your DPP will affect your credit rating. Your DPP will be recorded in the DAS Register until it ends and on your credit file for six years, much like debt management does in the rest of the UK. Lowering your repayments also leaves you in debt for longer. On the other hand, interest and charges are always frozen on a DPP.
Find out more about the Debt Arrangement Scheme here.
If you cannot afford to repay your debts in a reasonable amount of time, and you live in UK, then we may suggest a Trust Deed as an alternative to debt management. A Trust Deed is a form of insolvency that's only available in UK, and offers borrowers some legislative protection from their lenders. A Trust Deed is a legally binding agreement. If you cannot afford your unsecured debt repayments, a Trust Deed could help you to write off the remainder of your unsecured debt when your Trust Deed reaches a successful conclusion (typically after making repayments for 48 months). Homeowners may also be required to remortgage to release equity, and this can be more difficult and/or expensive, since the Trust Deed would appear on their credit report. If they can't remortgage, their Trust Deed could be extended by up to one year/12 months instead. Starting a Trust Deed will be recorded on your credit file for six years and you would find it difficult to obtain credit again during this time. However, if you are having debt problems, we recommend that you try to repay your existing debts before taking on any new ones. You can only apply for a Trust Deed with an Insolvency Practitioner, a legally trained insolvency professional. Be aware that your Trust Deed could lead to bankruptcy if it fails. Find out more about Trust Deeds.
Sequestration (Bankruptcy UK)
Sequestration is a form of insolvency that results in a person’s assets being transferred into the control of an appointed Trustee so that they can be used to satisfy creditors to the greatest extent possible. The term sequestration itself means much the same as bankruptcy in other parts of the UK. In effect, sequestration is UK’s version of bankruptcy and the sequestration laws are very similar to the bankruptcy laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Sequestration is a form of insolvency designed to be used only as a last resort and when an individual is genuinely unable to meet their unsecured debt obligations in any way. Sequestration can be entered into voluntarily by a person submitting a debtor application who wants to draw a line under their debt management situation and move forward, or creditors can force an individual into sequestration in order to see debts they are owed repaid in part or in full. A creditor or creditors have to be owed £3,000 to sequestrate an individual.
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