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Frequently Asked Questions

What about my Payday-Loans or Short Term Loans?
Payday (Short-Term) loans maybe accepted into your debt relief plans. Our advisor will be able to assist you with more information.
How long before I am Debt Free?
Aspire Debt Advisors will strive to help you find the fastest and most suitable path out of debt that’s right for your personal circumstances. How long it will actually take you to become debt free will depend on the amount you owe and how much you can afford to repay each month. Your debt adviser will discuss all of your options with you and let you know how long each program would take to complete.
Am I eligible for an IVA?
You could be eligible for an IVA if you live in England or Wales, have over £6,000 worth of unsecured debt with at least 2 different creditors.
Am I eligiable for a Debt Management Plan?
If you are a resident of the UK and depending on your debts and circumstances then you could be eligible for a debt management plan.
Am I eligible for a Protected Trust Deed plan?
If you are a resident of Scotland that are in financial difficulty with debts over £6,000 and meet specific criteria you may be eligible for a Protected Trust Deeds plan.
Provided you have maintained all of your trust deed payments, you will be free of all unsecured debts within 4 years.
What do I do First?
Simply fill out the form on our contact page, or call us on 01639 891400 and wait for a trained adviser to contact you. They will discuss your situation with you and help you find the best solution to your debt troubles. Your adviser will assess your situation and from this information, together you will decide upon a solution that’s right for your particular set of circumstances and your level of affordability. You should complete the form in as much detail as possible or call our number 01639 891400 and then await an adviser’s phone call.
Where are bankruptcy orders made?
Bankruptcy petitions are generally presented in the High Court in London or at a county court near where you live or work (bankruptcy petitions may not be dealt with at all local county courts).
What will happen to my earnings in bankruptcy?
When you are bankrupt the official receiver, after looking at your income and taking into account expenses such as your mortgage, rent and household bills, may decide that payments should be made to your creditors.
You may be asked to sign an ‘income payments agreement‘ which will commit you to paying fixed monthly payments from your income for up to three years.
If your circumstances change you will need to tell the official receiver so that they can review these arrangements.
Will I lose my assets, such as my house or my car?
Most debt relief programs will allow you to keep your assets. However, there are some options which may require you to give up some or all of your assets including bankruptcy and sequestration. Your debt advisor will help you find the option that’s right for you.
Will my credit rating be affected?
All debt relief solutions affect your credit rating in some way. Your credit rating may be affected for up to 6 years and you may have difficulty obtaining credit in the future.
What is the difference between Secured and Unsecured debts?
Secured debts are those secured against an asset that you own such as mortgages, car loans or secured loans, whereas unsecured debts are those not secured by an asset. These include bank loans, credit cards, store cards, personal loans and overdrafts.
You can get free debt advice from the Money Advice Service – an organisation set up by the Government to offer free and impartial advice to those in debt, this free service is updated frequently.

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