With bankruptcy you could write off up to 100% of your debts and become debt free in 1 year.

Bankruptcy isn’t the best solution for everyone though. Use our Eligibility Checker to see if bankruptcy could be the right solution for you.

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We’ll answer your questions to help you decide if going bankrupt is the right option for you.

Is Bankruptcy Right For Me?

Bankruptcy may be best for you if you can’t see how you can ever repay your debts

Free Online Bankruptcy Eligibility Check

Use our free bankruptcy eligibility check to see if declaring bankruptcy could be the best option for you.

Free Help & Information

We’ll answer your questions to help you decide if declaring yourself bankrupt is in your best interests.

Full Detailed Assessment

We'll provide a detailed assessment based on your personal circumstances, making sure there are no unexpected implications.

Stop Creditor Pressure

Are you being harassed by chasing letters, and phone calls, have you had debt collectors or bailiffs at your door? We can help protect you from any further creditor action.

Keep Your Home

If you’re a home owner then we can help prevent the loss of your home and any equity you have.

Do I Qualify For Alternatives?

We'll check, explaining the pros & cons of each, helping you make an informed decision on the course of action to take.

Debt You Can Include

Most debts can be included in a formal solution


Credit Cards


Unsecured Personal Loans


Payday and Doorstep Loans


Overdrafts


CCJ Debts


Catalogue Debts


Council Tax Arrears


Gas, electric & water arrears

Some debts cannot be included in bankruptcy, such as court fines, child maintenance arrears and student loans. Secured creditors can still take action against you. If you have surplus income, you will be expected to make contributions towards the bankruptcy for 36 months.

Important: Bankruptcy is a serious matter with some severe consequences. See View Important Considerations to be taken into account before applying for or allowing yourself to become bankrupt.