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Can I still earn money if I go Bankrupt?

Can I still earn money if I go Bankrupt? An incredibly common question we come across is the fear that you will no longer be able to generate an income during Bankruptcy, in Australia. While there are certain stipulations, you

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Will I lose my superannuation in Bankruptcy?

What Does the Law Say About Your Superannuation When You Are Declared Bankrupt? The thing is, we get a lot of clients asking us if they can lose their life savings that lie in superannuation. This is a good question

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Will I Lose My House in Bankruptcy?

In the End It Comes Down to Assets and Liabilities Our aim is to always carefully consider the options for our clients during a Bankruptcy process. This includes the evaluation of all assets that can help service the debts incurred

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Will I Lose My Car in Bankruptcy?

All Movable Assets Are Considered During A Bankruptcy Process During any Bankruptcy process, the appointed trustee is mandated by the law to consider all assets and sources of equity to pay creditors the money owed to them. This could include

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Can I Travel Overseas If I’m Bankrupt?

It is not uncommon for us to receive queries about travelling abroad and about the rules of engagement when international travel is required by the insolvent party. We always help guide all our clients on all the acceptable and preferably

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Will Everyone Know That I am Bankrupt?

We Do More Than Facilitate the Bankruptcy Process Dignity and understanding is a key underlying part of our service offering to you. Bankruptcy is already a daunting process that is not easy to go through and we understand that better

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How much does Bankruptcy cost?

Bankruptcy does cost money to execute Bankruptcy is a legally mandated process and there are regulations that will determine how your financial position can be remedied by. This means that specialised people would need to work with you to ensure

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What Is the Difference Between Bankruptcy and Debt Agreement?

Bankruptcy Defined Bankruptcy is one action you can go to if you are insolvent. You are insolvent if you are unable to meet your financial obligations when they become due. In its most simple form is a legal process set

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Why should you go Bankrupt?

What Is A Simple Definition of Bankruptcy? This is a term seldomly discussed as it has plenty of negative connotations associated to it. In short it means you reached a stage where you simply cannot continue with your life or

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Reviews

  • I will definitely recommend Andrew Bell to anyone contemplating bankruptcy. Don't wait! Andrew is there to help. With his knowledge, he can advise you of the best path to take and assist with the mind boggling paperwork.
    Best of all, he is there for you through your entire bankruptcy period.
    Get your life back, it's not as bad as you think.
    Thank you Andrew for lifting the burden and allowing me to move on.

    Karilyn Mahon
  • I saw Andrew for 'advice only' on possible bankruptcy due to a divorce. Left an hour later with the paperwork all done and feeling like a new person!
    Andrew was extremely welcoming and made me feel so comfortable with my decision to proceed immediately.
    This was the best investment I have ever made and cannot speak highly enough of Andrew. He doesn't just give excellent service his follow up afterwards is amazing.
    Thankyou Andrew you made my 'new' life so easy to achieve!

    Vicki Johnston
  • Andrew was very helpful in helping me through the bankruptcy process, as a single mother left with a massive debt from my ex and our previous marriage. I was struggling to keep my head above water on a week to week basis.
    Andrew made me feel at ease immediately and helped me every step of the way, he happily and professionally answered any and all questions I had before, during and after the process.
    Thanks so much for your help Andrew!

    Aisha Edmonds

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