Debt Advice Options
An application made through the County Court for people with debts under £5000, an unpaid CCJ & 2 or more debts. An Admin Order provides a formal, legally binding agreement between you & your creditors, usually with partial write off.
This is an online insolvency solution that writes your debts off if you can't afford to repay them. It's a legal process suitable if you're unable to repay your debts in a reasonable amount of time, & you don't have assets of value to protect.
Debt Management Plan
An informal arrangement to repay an affordable, pro-rata amount to your credit debts until they are repaid. There are organisations that provide free debt management plans to make monthly payment distributions for you.
Debt Relief Order
An online insolvency solution that writes off debt & suits individuals that do not own a property. To apply, you must satisfy eligibility criteria, including total debts under £30,000 & less than £75 pcm disposable income.
Debt Write Off
If you can evidence that you are suffering exceptional financial circumstances with poor long-term prospects, you can appeal to your creditors for full or partial write-off of your debts. A long hold, or moratorium (a freeze on payments) may be possible too.
If you have council tax arrears in this position, you might be able to apply under Section 13a Council Tax Relief for a reduction or write-off.
Full and Final Settlement Offers
Individual Voluntary Arrangement
An affordable insolvency proposal to your creditors. The proposal is voted on by your unsecured creditors & if accepted by a majority, all are bound in. You must either have a one -off lump sum to offer or a repayment plan lasting 5 or 6 years (this can vary if you need a non-protocol IVA due to complex income).