Bailiffs

If you’ve got bailiffs at your door, do you know your rights? Find out what they can – and can’t do, here.

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Default Notice

A default notice might seem scary but don’t panic. Get advice on dealing with your creditors now.

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Repossession & Eviction

If your home is at risk, it’s important to act fast. Follow these steps to find out how to keep it safe.

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Rent Arrears

Read our step-by-step guide to dealing with your landlord and how to prioritise your rent payments.

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Mortgage Shortfalls

Your lender can still pursue you for money if your home sells for less than the mortgage on it – find out more here.

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Payday Loans

Payday Loans can seem enticing, but be careful – they charge a very high rate of interest on what you borrow.

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Administration Order

Can’t afford to pay a CCJ against you? An Administration Order can be a way to reduce your monthly payments.

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Joint & Several Liability

If you take out a loan with someone else, you’ll both be liable. But what happens if one of you can’t pay?

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Statutory Demand

Owe over £5000? You might get a Statutory Demand, but there’s a variety of ways to pay, or even challenge it, if you wish.

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Credit History & Credit Scoring

If you apply for a loan, your credit score is the first thing your lender will look at.

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Benefit Advice

When it comes to benefits, if you don’t ask you might not get. Find out what you’re entitled to (and how to get it) here.

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Council Tax Arrears

Council tax is a priority payment and usually has to be paid, but it can be reduced or written off in some circumstances/cases.

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Opening a new bank account

There’s a variety of important factors to consider when opening a new bank account; read about them all here.

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County Court Judgments (CCJ)

A County Court Judgement (CCJ) can be issued to force you to repay your debts – but there’s more than one way to respond.

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