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This section will give you advice on who can apply, how to apply and where you can find additional help and advice. Please use the information to help you through the application process.

Insolvency Options


Making an application directly

If you are applying for insolvency fees you must not have previously been declared bankrupt, ensure you provide a full list of debts and have received advice from a professional advice worker or intermediary.

 

Making an application on behalf of an individual

If you are applying for Insolvency fees as a Further Assistance Payments (FAP) on behalf of a client, you must submit a signed declaration confirming that your client fits the Trusts' criteria and that the client has received comprehensive advice on the implications of receiving an Insolvency option from an appropriately trained Money/Debt Advice worker.

This is essential for the Trust to be confident that the client is fully informed of the action they are taking and all possible consequences. If you are supporting your client but are not the one giving this advice, do not sign the declaration, but pass it to the trained adviser to sign.

If desired, you may download a declaration and submit it, already completed, with the application as this may help to speed up the application process for both parties. To download a declaration please use the buttons below.

Please remember that you must also submit a full list of debts for all clients seeking help with Insolvency fees. The Trusts cannot help with the court fees where the client is liable for these.

pdf Bankruptcy Debit Relief Order UK

pdf Minimal Asset Process Scotland

pdf Sequestration Process Scottish Bankruptcy

Apply For A Grant

The easiest way for an individual to apply is via the Trust’s online application form

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