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Friday, 13 May 2011 13:24

Can I Still Work If Bankrupt?

want to go bankrupt can i still work after,is there a time limit and how much will i av to pay thanks.
my partner just move with me on th 7th 0f april i want to go for bankrupt on mai i dont want to tick civil partner in my form i want to remain single.i want to no if offiial receiver will no that im living with partner

Their question: will official receiver or court will no im living with partner if im not mention it on my form
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I am only 24 years old and recently split with my partner and my debt spiraled out of control over the last couple of years with him also running and moving from debt, I went with him. I cant keep up with payments because of interest and charges. I am off work with depression, my pay has been cut and as of next month it will stop, hence no income.

 I just want the fastest way to go bankrupt so I can start with a clean slate and move forward with my life, what is the easiest and quickest process?
Kind regards
i am on income support and incapacity benefit and recieve a private pension i am finding it difficult to pay all my finances and want to go bank rupt

how would i be able to get the money together to go bankrupt can i get any help with the costs

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