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Monday, 08 June 2009 04:02

Bankruptcy - Creditor Claim

Written by Jon
Question: I invested money with a company, the owner of the company is now going to claim bankruptcy, how can I claim as a creditor and when, do I need a lawyer, the value of my claim is high? Are ...
Monday, 08 June 2009 04:00

Trust Deed

Written by Jon
Question: If my salary increases can i re-negotiate the terms of my trust deed to finish it earlier?Answer: You will need to discuss this with the supervisor of your Trust Deed as in some instance ...
Thursday, 04 June 2009 05:12

Endowment Policy

Written by Jon
Question: I separated from ex husband in 2007 and payed him money from the house and it was signed over to me It was advised that I continued with the endowment policy that we had togehter for the ...
Thursday, 04 June 2009 05:12

Endowment Policy

Written by Jon
Question: I separated from ex husband in 2007 and payed him money from the house and it was signed over to me It was advised that I continued with the endowment policy that we had togehter for the ...
Thursday, 04 June 2009 05:09

Bankruptcy/tools of trade

Written by Jon
Question: I am a self employed taxi driver/sole trader, if i go bankrupt will i have to give up my car, which i use as a private hire vehicle to earn a living, without it im jobless.... can i keep ...
Thursday, 04 June 2009 05:09

Bankruptcy/tools of trade

Written by Jon
Question: I am a self employed taxi driver/sole trader, if i go bankrupt will i have to give up my car, which i use as a private hire vehicle to earn a living, without it im jobless.... can i keep ...
Wednesday, 03 June 2009 04:02

Joint account

Written by Jon
Question: If my partner is made bankrupt how will this affect our joint account. We have no joint debts apart from our mortgage Answer: In bankruptcy you are allowed a basic account, however all o ...
Wednesday, 03 June 2009 03:57

Job/house

Written by Jon
Question: My husband left in Dec 08 after having an affair with someone where he works. He now lives with her and they are expecting a baby and i live in our house with our 2 children. He was payi ...
Monday, 25 May 2009 04:55

Changing your mind

Written by Jon
Question: I petitioned for my own bankruptcy on May 8th 2009. I have just realised that there may be an alternative solution. Is there a cooling off period and/or can I retract or canvel my own pe ...
Monday, 25 May 2009 04:53

House and Bankruptcy

Written by Jon
Question: My house is worth £126,000, i owe £112,000 on mortgage with £14,00 secured loan, i have £44,000 in unsecured debt, currently have an iva, if i go bankrupt is my h ...
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