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A Summary of the Impacts of Bankruptcy
A Summary of the Impacts of Bankruptcy
The impacts and effects of bankruptcy are far reaching. Bankruptcy can affect your business, your bank accounts, and your ability to secure credit....
Bankrupt But Due to Inherit: Who Owns the Property?
Bankrupt But Due to Inherit: Who Owns the Property?
Bankruptcy can impact negatively on inheritance - you could lose the money unless it is protected by a trust arrangement....
Bankruptcy for Company Directors
Bankruptcy for Company Directors
Undischarged bankrupts are prevented from carrying on as company directors. Bankruptcy has significant implications for current or potential company directors....
Bankruptcy Statistics
Bankruptcy Statistics
The statistics show that people declaring bankruptcy is on the up, but how reliable are the figures? Experts suggest that there is a high probability that the figure…...
Bankruptcy Top Questions
Bankruptcy Top Questions
Dealing with bankruptcy can be confusing. Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about going bankrupt....
Bought or Rented Home and Bankruptcy
Bought or Rented Home and Bankruptcy
If you are made bankrupt, you may lose your home, whether you own or rent it. Here are the options available to you....
Common Bankruptcy Terms Explained
Common Bankruptcy Terms Explained
Some terms used in bankruptcy can be very confusing. Here you will find explanations of the most common terms used in bankruptcy proceedings....
Debt Relief Orders: Helping to Reduce Bankruptcies?
Debt Relief Orders: Helping to Reduce Bankruptcies?
For those people on a low income, bankruptcy may be too costly. A Debt Relief Order could provide a suitable low cost alternative....
Getting a Mortgage After Bankruptcy
Getting a Mortgage After Bankruptcy
If you have a history of bankruptcy, does this mean you will no longer be able to apply for a mortgage?...
Getting Help When in Financial Difficulties
Getting Help When in Financial Difficulties
Getting help at the right time is crucial if you want to avoid getting into serious financial difficulties....
Guide to Bankruptcy: Bank Accounts
Guide to Bankruptcy: Bank Accounts
Once declared bankrupt your bank account will be frozen or closed. So what are the alternative banking options available to those who have been declared bankrupt?...
How the Courts Deal with Bankruptcy
How the Courts Deal with Bankruptcy
You can only petition a county court or the high court in London to grant a bankruptcy order. Find out more about how to find a court and what to expect when you get…...
Life as a Discharged Bankrupt
Life as a Discharged Bankrupt
What happens when you are discharged from bankruptcy? These are the procedures you will be expected to follow to be discharged....
More Than 10,000 Britons Declared Bankrupt Every Month
More Than 10,000 Britons Declared Bankrupt Every Month
Personal insolvencies are on the increase: now more than 10,000 people a month are being declared bankrupt or insolvent, and this figure only looks set to rise....
Take Our Bankruptcy Questionnaire
Take Our Bankruptcy Questionnaire
Take our bankruptcy rating questionnaire and find out whether your personal circumstances indicate whether bankruptcy may be an option for you to consider....
Ten Important Facts About Bankruptcy
Ten Important Facts About Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy should never be considered as the easy way out of debt. If you are considering petitioning for bankruptcy, here are ten important facts about bankruptcy…...
Your Bankruptcy Questions Answered
Your Bankruptcy Questions Answered
For some people, bankruptcy is now the only option available to them in helping them pay off their debts and become financially secure again. Yet bankruptcy is never a…...
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