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Don’t Panic. We can deal with your creditors with the intention bankruptcy is avoided.

Complete the form below to see which alternatives to bankruptcy you may qualify for.

Can I Avoid Bankruptcy

Avoid Bankruptcy

We help 100’s of people and families Avoid Bankruptcy every week. We can help you today.

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

Help dealing with debt

Our specialists 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.

An IVA may be a better option

A popular solution giving your affordable payments, some debt write-off, while allowing you to retain more control than bankruptcy.

Live in Scotland?

The Protected Trust Deed (PTD) is the Scottish equivalent of the IVA and has similar benefits.

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Money Helper (formerly The Money Advice Service) is a free service set up by the Government to help people make the most of their money. If you would like to learn more click here. is not regulated and is for fact-finding only. We can help assess your circumstances and point you to someone who can provide available options that suit your debt criteria.

If an individual meets the required criteria for an IVA based on our packaged case, this will be passed to one of our partnering Insolvency Practitioners to get direct advice. If the individual does not meet the criteria for an IVA, The Insolvency practitioner is able to provide contact information for other third-party organisations that offer advice on other available debt solutions. For full details view our Privacy Policy.

If you decide that an IVA (Individual Voluntary Agreement) is not the best option for you after we have prepared the necessary information, you can opt out of the process and have all of your details removed. We receive a fee from the third party that we refer you to for introducing you and for the work we have completed. However, you will not be responsible for paying this fee. The third party will contact you directly to continue the process of your IVA application or to explore other solutions, but only with your permission after we have introduced you.