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Which way should I turn?

What else can I do if I’m insolvent?

It might be the case that neither a bankruptcy or an IVA works for you. There are some other options for you to consider. These include:

  • Negotiated agreement with creditors
  • Debt consolidation or reorganisation
  • Debt Management Plan
  • County Court Administration Order (CCAO)
  • Debt Relief Order (DRO)

Bishop Fleming Business Recovery and Insolvency doesn’t deal directly with all of these procedures, but if we think they’re the right direction for you to take, we can put you in touch with one of our partner organisations, who’ll take you the rest of the way.

Your Personal Debt Advice Team

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