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BANKRUPTCY HELP

If you need  an impartial expert in bankruptcy, then call today for a consultation?

Speak to our experts and get a 360° understanding of your circumstances, with a strategy to consider

Solutions and options to move your life forward in a more positive direction

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BANKRUPT HOME OWNER

Need to pay off a trustee in bankruptcy and have a bankruptcy annulled?

Bankrupt homeowner under threat of repossession then we may be able to assist.

Access to lenders providing funding to pay off trustees and annul your bankruptcy.

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BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY

Running a business that is heading in the wrong direction?

Understand the best options available with a business strategist.

To provide insight into options that you may not be aware of but worth considering.

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UNSECURED COMMERCIAL FINANCE

Borrow up to £500K Business Payday Loan available
80% of turnover, CCJs OK
Cash available in 72 hours

If you are in Business and you can not get the finance you need to get to the next level then we can provide a funding solution to meet your needs with loans up to £500k. Business 2 Business commercial finance to Sole Traders and Directors seeking funding equivalent to 80% of last 12 months turnover. Fast Turnaround

Bankruptcy.co.uk is a long established provider of insolvency solutions and has the experience to solve any problem, whether this be personal or business related. We will not hesitate to approach any creditor that is harassing you, including Debt Collectors, Bailiffs and HMRC. In short, you will be protected from the minute you call us. Although most of our clients are those with personal debt, we also offer an effective business rescue service. Whatever the issue, we will listen carefully to what you have to say then provide a solution. We are not a ‘hard sell’ Bankruptcy service and will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed choice. Call now on 01425 600129 or 07479 739139 to speak to an insolvency specialist. We are available Monday – Saturday until 10pm and Sundays until 6pm.

Bankruptcy Questions

When is my name removed from the Insolvency Register?

Your bankruptcy is completely removed from the Insolvency Register 15 months after you entered into bankruptcy or 3 months after discharge. The Insolvency Register (Google it) is a public record of all those persons currently involved in Debt Relief Orders, Individual Voluntary Arrangements and Bankruptcies i.e. court sanctioned arrangements. You are automatically discharged after 12 months and in some cases people are even discharged before the end of the...read more →

Will I still have to pay Council Tax arrears if Bankrupt?

Council Tax may generally be included in a bankruptcy, but there might be complications if a Liability Order has already been issued and an arrangement with Bailiffs has been made e.g. £150 x 6 payments. Under these circumstances, you might be obliged to complete the arrangement despite having gone bankrupt and the Official Receiver might not intervene. It is therefore very important...read more →

How do I apply for bankruptcy? I have around £25k debt and mortgage arrears

The former Debtors Petition and Statement of Affairs have since been replaced by an 8-part online form which you can access by entering ‘Apply for Bankruptcy’ into Google and following the prompts on the Insolvency Service’s website. You will initially be asked to provide some basic information, at which point a 12-digit security code will be emailed to you. Once you have this, you may proceed....read more →

If I am an accountant how will bankruptcy affect me?

I am an accountant thinking of going bankrupt – how will it affect me? I have personal guarantees that I cannot meet. I am a partner of a licensed practice and looking for help with this debt. What should I do? If you have unmanageable debt and need a fresh start, bankruptcy could be the answer. You didn’t mention whether you are...read more →

Bankruptcy News

So you’re thinking about doing your own bankruptcy .. read this first

With the advent of online bankruptcy applications it almost seems like fun to apply for bankruptcy these days, but the process is fraught with hidden dangers. We won’t go as far as saying the Insolvency Service has deliberately laid traps for us all to blunder in to, but after completing around a hundred of these applications we urge caution before proceeding....read more →

Online Bankruptcy Service

Online Bankruptcy Service At Bankruptcy UK we will quickly provide a solution for your particular circumstances. Although we do not offer direct advice, we will provide you with more than enough information to make an informed decision. It is our view that people often make better decisions when presented with impartial information, rather than being told what to do. After all,...read more →

Help with Bankruptcy Fees

At Bankruptcy UK we do our best to help those people who are looking for a solution to their debt problems. We can provide you with links to 48 debt help charities which in many cases will help with these costs. Many people delay calling us for help as they can’t find the £680 bankruptcy fee. We have found that...read more →

Bankruptcy fees reduced from 6th April 2016

The Insolvency Service has announced that bankruptcy fees will be reduced from the current £705 to £680 from 6th April 2016 as it rolls in its new online service. The bad news is that this applies across the board and there will no longer be ‘Court Fee Remissions’ for those on lower incomes, pension or benefits. The fee comprises two...read more →

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When is my name removed from the Insolvency Register?

Your bankruptcy is completely removed from the Insolvency Register 15 months after you entered into bankruptcy or 3 months after discharge. The Insolvency Register (Google it) is a public record of all those persons currently involved in Debt Relief Orders, Individual Voluntary Arrangements and Bankruptcies i.e. court sanctioned arrangements. You are automatically discharged after 12 months and in some cases people are even discharged before the end of the...read more →

Will I still have to pay Council Tax arrears if Bankrupt?

Council Tax may generally be included in a bankruptcy, but there might be complications if a Liability Order has already been issued and an arrangement with Bailiffs has been made e.g. £150 x 6 payments. Under these circumstances, you might be obliged to complete the arrangement despite having gone bankrupt and the Official Receiver might not intervene. It is therefore very important...read more →

How do I apply for bankruptcy? I have around £25k debt and mortgage arrears

The former Debtors Petition and Statement of Affairs have since been replaced by an 8-part online form which you can access by entering ‘Apply for Bankruptcy’ into Google and following the prompts on the Insolvency Service’s website. You will initially be asked to provide some basic information, at which point a 12-digit security code will be emailed to you. Once you have this, you may proceed....read more →

If I am an accountant how will bankruptcy affect me?

I am an accountant thinking of going bankrupt – how will it affect me? I have personal guarantees that I cannot meet. I am a partner of a licensed practice and looking for help with this debt. What should I do? If you have unmanageable debt and need a fresh start, bankruptcy could be the answer. You didn’t mention whether you are...read more →

Is bankruptcy really the only way out?

My husband has divorced me from his finances. I have been dependant on him for the last 3 years as I am a live at home mother. When I met him I had a £50,000 liability to Northern Rock for a 120% mortgaged property that was repossessed and I have been repaying the shortfall for the past 4 years.  I have two other debts which are credit...read more →
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