Our personal insolvency experts can help individuals deal with creditors
Personal insolvency occurs when you’re unable to pay your debts. If this happens it can be handled in two ways: either through declaring yourself bankrupt, or through having a Part X Personal Insolvency Agreement.
In both cases, the best approach is to deal with the situation as quickly as possible and that means seeking professional help as soon as you know you’re unable to pay your debts, not when letters of demand or legal threats start arriving.
Taking action early gives creditors confidence to negotiate an agreement with you
Once your creditors are aware you are taking action, they are usually willing to work with you to negotiate an agreement that will bring about a more positive outcome for all involved.
WAIS helps clients solve financial problems and guides them at every step
WAIS’s specialists understand personal insolvency is a difficult time and we help our clients to solve financial problems and guide them through the process to help minimise stress.
Improve your chances of a positive outcome
Once creditors know you have taken steps to address the situation by bringing in professional help, they are usually more willing to negotiate an agreement that results in a positive outcome for all.
Are you unable to pay debts?
Taking action early improves your chances of a positive outcome. Get in touch with our personal insolvency experts today
Why choose Jirsch to help you with personal insolvency matters?
We understand that every situation is different and tailor our approach to find the best solution for our clients.
Protecting our clients
We are passionate about protecting and helping individuals who are experiencing confusing and difficult financial situations.
Guidance & support
Our experts will guide you through every step of the personal insolvency agreement process.
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