Debt Relief Orders: Northern Ireland

Debt adviceMay 29 Author: Helen Gradwell

A Debt Relief Order (DRO) could be the best route out of debt for Northern Irish people with limited finances.

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Will debt follow you abroad?

Debt adviceMay 29 Author: Helen Gradwell

Will debts incurred in the UK follow you if you move abroad? How could those debts affect your life in a new country?

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What are the benefits of a Debt Relief Order (DRO)?

Debt adviceMay 28 Author: Daniel Culpan

A Debt Relief Order (DRO) can come with several advantages for seriously struggling borrowers who need to enter insolvency.

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At what stage in a debt management plan are debts written off?

Debt adviceMay 28 Author: Helen Gradwell

A debt management plan is not designed to allow you to write off your debts - it's designed to help you repay them more easily.

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What is the minimum amount of debt to file for bankruptcy in Scotland?

Debt adviceMay 28 Author: Lucy Bower

You need a minimum amount of debt of 1,500 to qualify for bankruptcy in Scotland, although there are other ways to deal with debt if you don't qualify.

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What is a CCA (Consumer Credit Agreement)?

Debt adviceMay 28 Author: Helen Gradwell

What does a Consumer Credit Agreement (CCA) mean?

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What happens if I want to cancel a debt management plan?

Debt adviceMay 28 Author: Lucy Bower

You don't sign a contract when you start a debt management plan, so you can cancel it at any time - but you should be mindful of the consequences on your finances.

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What happens if I can't repay my debt?

Debt adviceMay 25 Author: Lucy Bower

If you can't afford your debts, your lenders won't go away if you ignore them. You can speak to a debt adviser about what to do next. Read more here.

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