Useful Books on Debt

I have put together a list of books that you will find extremely useful if you are looking to get out of debt. I would personally recommend the Debt Advice Handbook shown below. This book gives all the information with regards to different types of debt and the legal aspects of what creditors can and can’t do. With this book, you will be able to plan and navigate your way through this horrible debt experience.

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Debt Advice Handbook To understand the law relating to Debt, this is a must have book! It contains the essential information needed by advisers dealing with debt problems.
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Defending Possession Proceedings: is the key ‘homelessness prevention’ handbook
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How to Get Out of Debt is an eight-stage strategy that enables readers to pay off debt and fix their finances for good. This book has it all covered.
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How to Live for Free - I have done a full review on the book here: How to Live for Free
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The Money Diet - revised and updated: The ultimate guide to shedding pounds off your bills and saving money on everything!
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Bankruptcy, Insolvency an the Law is a concise guide to the processes underpinning bankruptcy and personal insolvency.
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Court Forms Relating to Debt

Here is a list of the most common court forms that you may need when sorting out your debt issues.

  • Bankruptcy-Petition-Form-6.27
  • Bankruptcy-Form-6.28
  • Form N244 Application Notice
  • Form N245 Application for Suspension or Variation
  • Form N9A Specified Amount Response
  • Consumer Credit Act
  • Dealing with Creditors
  • Hire Purchase and Debt
  • Struggling with Council Tax Tips
  • Form EX160 Apply for Fee Remission
  • Complaint Against Bailiff
  • Guidance to the Mortgage Repossessions
  • Business Debts

For all the above documents, click on Debt Documents and Court Forms

At the time of writing, all the above documents relating to the courts and debt were correct. It may be advisable to confirm with your local court that these documents are still valid, DO NOT be afraid to contact the courts and ask questions with regard to documentation. They may advise you over the phone about the latest documents, or give you a link to ensure that you have the most up to date documents. DO NOT call the courts and ask advice specifically about your debt. They cannot advise you, they will probably tell you to seek out a solicitor or a debt advisor!

Debt Solution Advice

Whatever debt solution you are seeking, do make sure that you get as much information as you can before deciding which route to go down. Look at what the consequences are with regards to different debt solutions.


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    • Hello Kalem

      Many thanks for visiting my site.

      You should be able to stop an eviction once you have completed the form N244, I have emailed a copy over to you.

      When completing the form N244 ensure that you give as much information as possible

    • Sorry forgot to add, take the completed N244 to your local court and they should be able to arrange a date for the hearing. Quite often if there is very little time left, they will arrange an emergency hearing for you. I would also suggest that you inform the court bailiffs that you are submitting an N244.

      Also search this site for “N244”.

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