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Tuesday, 22 March 2011 07:45

Who Is Notified Of My Bankruptcy?

Who is notified of my bankruptcy?
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Age 62: single: sold flat in Oct 2006: no assets: no bank account since January 2007: no regular employment: not claiming benefits
Debts: Bank overdraft from January 2007 - £12,000+
Credit card debts from 2004 - 2006 - £10,000+

 I would like to go bankrupt to avoid being pursued by debt collection agencies. Realistically I have no prospect of ever paying my debts and I am not concerned about any stigma in going bankrupt.
Would I have a problem in applying for bankruptcy?
Published in Should I Go Bankrupt?

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