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PRIVATE CLIENTS - Debt Advice

 

Debt problems can develop for a variety of reasons, for example because of an income and expenditure imbalance over a sustained period; or because of a sudden and unexpected loss of income.  Everyone with debt problems faces their own unique circumstances.

 

At Taylor Law we are attuned to potential causes of financial difficulty.  We are equally versed in the options available to address them. We will talk through the issues with you and advise on the appropriate solutions. These may include:

 

  •  Individual Voluntary Arrangements (I.V.A.s) with your creditors to repay debts within a certain time-frame
  • Debt Arrangement Schemes - with Money Advisor who will manage your debts for you.
  • Trust Deeds - or legal agreements with a licensed insolvency practitioner, who will put together a repayment proposal for you creditors.
  • Bankruptcy - where all your assets are taken into the control of a Trustee and used to pay your debts

 

We will assist you in implementing your chosen strategy.  With our help, you may make the transition to a situation where your finances are manageable.

 

Please contact us if you are facing debt worries.

 



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