Bailiff Advice & Help
Have you had the dreaded knock at the door, a calling card or a notice threatening bailiffs? Help is on hand to give you instant advice. Contact us today for expert bailiff advice. We can tell you what to do and not to do. Just as importantly, we’ll let you know what the bailiff can’t do.
Threats of bailiff involvement
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The first you’ll hear about the likelihood that a bailiff could be used is if you receive something in writing confirming this. Do not assume that there will be a knock on the door tomorrow. But you also cannot bury your head and hope it all goes away. It won’t.
Bailiffs are normally only involved if the debtor (the person who owes the debt) is unresponsive to their creditor (the company they owe the money to). So if you don’t reply to letters or afraid to answer the phone, contact us today for instant bailiff help.
Our bailiff help
When you call us you will speak with one of our experts. They will be able to guide you on your rights and what the bailiff can and can’t do. They will advise you on the best response you can give.
It is very important that:
- You don’t let the bailiff enter your home
- Do not leave windows or doors open
- You get immediate bailiff help and advice from an expert
People typically end up with bailiffs knocking if they ignore their creditors. This may be due to the fact that the debtor can’t afford to pay the full monthly amount towards the debt. By speaking with us, we can put a plan together to make affordable payments towards your debts. We will talk to your creditors.
We will even speak with the bailiff on your behalf.
Stop the bailiff
Some routes to getting debt free will stop any bailiff interaction completely. It is possible to get rid of your bailiff with an IVA and bankruptcy. These routes will not only stop your bailiff, but also many other court actions, such as CCJs. To find out what we can do for you and how we can help, please contact us for a confidential chat.
Most debts will not get to the level whereby a bailiff is required to visit your home. However, if you have been unable to pay your creditors or come to an arrangement with them, after due process has been undertaken you could get a visit from the bailiff. Help is available for you to understand how to deal with this situation. Assistance can be provided almost immediately.
Knowledge is power! Find out more about our Bailiff Help Services here.