There are a range of solutions available to people who are facing financial difficulties. Solutions differ depending on your individual situation and often there may be more than one solution that could fit.
To understand your options click on each solution below to find out the key facts and pros and cons of each solution. If you are interested in any of these solutions we can put you in touch with one of our authorised debt solution partners who can give you advice and process an application for you.
|- Individual Voluntary Arrangement||- Trust Deed(Scotland)|
|- Debt Management Plan||- Compare key features|
If you want to be considered for one of these solutions, contact us for more information on how to proceed 0800 567 0056.
Taking the first step is hard sometimes, but recognising that there is a problem that needs to be sorted means you are well on your way. Our team are non-judgemental and understand how easy it is to get into to difficulty.
Whilst we cannot advise on which solution to choose, we can give you basic information on common solutions available to people in the UK and if you wish we can put you in touch with debt solution providers who can advise of which solution is right for you and process an application if you choose to proceed.
The Insolvency Service has produced a guide for those experience financial difficulty called In Debt - Dealing with your creditors.
It explains the options available, the pros and cons of each and advice on how to deal with the creditors involved.
This website provides information only. Vincent Bond & Co does not provide debt advice. If you wish to apply for any of the debt solutions outlined in this website Vincent Bond will with your permission pass your details to a licenced debt solution provider. You will then be called by an advisor who will discuss your options in more detail. During this telephone call and subsequent communication, you will be dealing with a debt solutions partner and not Vincent Bond & Co Ltd. Fees may be charged by the debt solution provider if you enter a debt solution with them. Vincent Bond will not charge you a fee, but may receive a referral fee from the debt solution provider if you agree to use their services.
We take reasonable care to ensure that the information on this website accurate. However, the user of this website should not rely on the information or take its accuracy for granted. Vincent Bond & Co does not accept liability or responsibility for and gives no warranty as to the accuracy of the information on this website. The provision of the information on this website does not constitute debt advice or recommendation and Vincent Bond will not accept any liability for any action taken by a user relying on the information provided in the website. Use of the information in this website is at the users own risk. Your statutory rights are not effected by this disclaimer.
The Insolvency Service has issued a guide to dealing with creditors for those struggling with debt: In debt - dealing with your creditors.
To find out more about managing your money and getting free debt advice, visit Money Advice Service, an independent service set up to help people manage their money.