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What if I can’t pay my debts because of coronavirus?

Posted 17 March 2020 by Christine Walsh

Our debt solutions help people deal with their debts over the medium to long term, so they may not be what you need if you're finding it difficult to make repayments in the short term because of coronavirus. Here’s what you can do instead.

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Can you inherit debt from your parents?

Posted 05 November 2019 by Christine Walsh

When a loved one dies, dealing with their debts can make a difficult time even harder.

Amigo loans: where friendships go to die?

Posted 03 November 2019 by Christine Walsh

Amigo is a lender that offers customers guarantor loans. These types of loans are a controversial way to borrow.

How can I get out of debt?

Posted 21 October 2019 by Sarah Symons

There are ways you can get out of debt. Some ideas here.

Could a DMP be the right debt solution for you?

Posted 21 October 2019 by Christine Walsh

If you’ve been researching ways to deal with problem debt, you’ll no doubt have come across a solution called a Debt Management Plan (DMP). But is it right for you?

How much does bankruptcy cost?

Posted 01 October 2019 by Christine Walsh

Bankruptcy in England costs £700 - which is a lot of money, especially if you're struggling with debt. There is help available if you need it, however.

Can bailiffs take my car?

Posted 17 September 2019 by Christine Walsh

If you’ve had a letter or a visit from someone who appears to be a bailiff, you’re likely to have a lot of questions.

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