If your debt has spiraled out of control and you have that sinking feeling there’s no way out, we’re here to help you get your life back on track. Since the 1980’s we’ve helped people just like you rebuild their lives and achieve the happiness they were looking for.
Whatever the reason for your personal insolvency or personal bankruptcy, we understand the stress you are going through. We set your mind at ease by clearly explaining the various options available to under the Bankruptcy Act so you they can endeavour to re-focus and re-establish yourself.
Besides helping you emerge from financial crisis, outcomes for creditors can also be optimised in some situations. For example you may seek to terminate a individual bankruptcy early by paying off your creditors in full. Alternatively you may obtain gainful employment required to make regular contributions to pay down you debt.
Here are some of the situations we have people to recover from:
If you’ve evaluated all your options at overcoming insolvency and haven’t been able to find a solution, you may have to consider filing for bankruptcy. This usually occurs if a creditor seeks a sequestration order from the Court, or you may declare yourself bankrupt voluntarily by completing and lodging the necessary forms.
Michael Jones and Bruce Gleeson are Registered Trustees and are able to act as Trustee in the above circumstances. They have significant expertise to provide the most appropriate solution to individual situations.
Do you have credit cards debts and or other personal loans you are unable to repay? You could consider a debt agreement as an option if you satisfy strict threshold requirements concerning the level of debts, assets and income required by legislation.
Jones Partners can help you evaluate whether you meet the debt agreement criteria and whether this is the most appropriate solution you should consider given your circumstances.
Personal Insolvency Agreements
Are you insolvent, but don’t wish to file for bankruptcy? We can help you prepare a Personal Insolvency Agreement so you can reach an agreement with your creditors and settle your debts, without facing the emotional stress of calls from debt collectors.
Do you wish to avoid the stigma of a formal personal insolvency and would like to seek help in meeting financial obligation to a small list of creditors?
This option is preferable if you are confident of an informal agreement will provide a better result to your creditors than if you were to consider a formal personal insolvency option, such as voluntary bankruptcy.
Informal Agreements are reached outside of the auspices of the Bankruptcy Act. It is critical in such circumstances to get all creditors to agree to such arrangements (or those that the individual expresses a desire to) in order to try and bind the creditors where possible. Whilst reaching these kinds of Agreements can avoid the stigma of a formal personal insolvency option, much care needs to be taken to ensure that it is appropriate for the individual and that the key objectives can be achieved.
We have worked with many individuals in determining the appropriateness of these kinds of Agreements and assisting them in the negotiating process.
Call us now on +61 2 9251 5222 or click here to arrange an obligation free discussion to help you with a road map to relieving debt and taking back control.
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