Bankruptcy is the legal procedure when you’re declared incapable of paying off your debts. It can release you from most debts accrued and provide you with financial relief, as well as allow you to make a fresh start. There are no restrictions on the amount of debt you will be relieved from, however, what debts you will be released from will depend on your situation and what types of debt you have accrued – to read more about what debts are included in bankruptcy click here.
Declaring bankruptcy can have long term repercussions. If you’re looking for help with bankruptcy, give us a call – Find your local number here.
According to the Australian Financial Security Authority, the length of your bankruptcy will generally last for the following:
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