First steps to sorting out your debts
The advice and information available to you can be different depending upon your circumstances.
I owe less than 15,000 pounds and I am struggling to make minimum repayments
I owe more than 15,000 pounds and I am struggling to make minimum repayments
I have borrowed money from a friend and now they are threatening me because I cannot repay it
If your friend is charging you any interest on any of the money he has loaned you then you may think that your friend could be a loan shark. If your friend has loaned you the money and only wants the same amount back then this would not likely to be a loan shark.
I am having difficulty paying my Council Tax
If you cannot pay your instalment by the due date shown on your bill or if you are having difficulty paying, do not wait, please contact us on 0191 553 4388 to make a payment arrangement.
Dealing with urgent debt
Urgent debts include mortgage or rent arrears and utility debts like gas, electricity and water
Bailiffs and court action
By bailiffs, we mean a person appointed by the court to make arrests, collect fines and summon juries
Where to get free debt advice
If you're struggling with debt, it can be hard to know where to turn. But with lots of free, confidential help and advice services available across the UK, there's no need to use a fee-charging debt management company.