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If your debts are becoming unmanageable, a debt relief order may be your best option. Get in touch with our advisors to find out how we can help you write off up to 85% of your debt.*
Customers can get free debt counselling, debt adjusting and providing of credit information services from the Money Advice Service – an organisation set up by the Government to offer free and impartial advice to those in debt. For more information from the Money Advice Service click here www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk
Simply get in touch and speak to one of our experienced Money Advisors to see if you qualify for any debt relief plans.
If you qualify for debt solution, you will then be contacted by our FCA authorised partners to discuss which options will be most helpful for you, This could be a DMP, IVA, Debt Settlement Plan, Trust Deed or other solution.
Once you have been advised of your options, you decide what you want to do. The Money Advisor service is free, confidential and no obligation.
What is a DRO – Debt Relief Order?
A Debt Relief Order is a way to have unmanageable debt written off if you have relatively low income and few assets.
A DRO can be used if you don’t own your own home and your debts are £20,000 or less. However, there are some kinds of debt that aren’t included in this limit, so it’s best practice to check whether you’re eligible before you decide.
A DRO can provide a way out of debt. However, getting a DRO will have an impact on your lifestyle and credit rating – the DRO will remain on your credit file for 6 years and will make it difficult to for you to get credit during this time.
You will also be bound by restrictions, during the timescale the DRO is active.
If you obtained any of these by fraud, you will still have to pay them when the DRO has ended.
If you’re behind on your rent, your landlord can still take action to get their property back, even if the rent arrears are included in your DRO, which means you may have to continue paying these after a DRO is made.
These debts mentioned above can not be included in a DRO. A DRO will last for around one year and you will not be required to make payments towards most types of debt included in your DRO. The businesses that you owe money to will not be able to force you to pay off the debt.
Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA’s) were introduced by the Government in the 1986 Insolvency Act as an alternative to bankruptcy. They were put in place to help anyone in serious debt finding it difficult to make their monthly payments. If you live in Scotland the equivalent solution is a Trust Deed