Protect your Home & Assets
What may start out as a small loan to cover expenses or business investments can spiral out of control quickly. The whole battle with debt comes down to assets and liabilities.
At Bell & Company we can help protect your home and assets from bankruptcy and trustees.
Hopefully, you can establish a successful repayment approach with your creditor, whilst still safeguarding your assets. To do this you must recognise what you’re protecting and how these precious resources can be seized from you. This makes you more likely to emerge intact or at least able to ‘surrender’ on more favourable terms.
“Get your retaliation in first!”
It’s in their best interest to not only work with you to recoup their debt but also enable you to ‘stay afloat’. Because if things do intensify, failed negotiations and litigation can lead to the Bankruptcy process even if this will not necessarily result in their payback.
When we talk about using assets to pay creditors, it’s often confusing what assets are actually involved. They take many different forms and can include:
- Home and property
- Business Assets
For many, the family home is the most treasured asset.
In cases where there is Equity in the home, we can offer appropriate strategies to offer the best chance on retaining the family home.
No matter where you are in such a case, there is always hope, and Bell & Company can offer you the best pragmatic advice.
In all cases, we at Bell & Company carry out thorough due diligence. This, in turn, enables us to:
- Give you the best independent Insolvency advice possible,
- Develop the strategy required, and
- Most importantly, implement the strategy.
As we commented earlier, it is essential to get the right advice and in our opinion, it is vital to attack the problem. That is what Bell & Company do. We can help protect your home and assets from bankruptcy and trustees and banks chasing you over your debts.
Chat to our expert bankruptcy & trustee management team by live chat, phone or email and we will get back to you very quickly.
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