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Living in London with Irish debt and wanting to go bankrupt

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If you are watching this video on youtube or reading my blog, the chances are that you are Irish living in London with a pile of Irish debt, or you are thinking about moving to our capital for work purposes and wondering if you can go bankrupt here at the same time.
Many thousands of Irish come to London live and work each year. A small percentage of them also use the opportunity to try to deal with property losses they ...
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Latest developments in Irish bankruptcy in the UK

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As probably the leading authority on the Irish going bankrupt in the UK I am in the prime position to be able to advise those seeking to learn how to go bankrupt in the UK, of the latest developments
Over the last four years I suspect that I have taken more Irish people through bankruptcy here in the UK than anyone else.
Each week I am at a different court somewhere in England and Wales helping someone wipe off their debt. Due ...
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Steve on RTE talking about the Irish Insolvency legislation

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I was on RTE breakfast radio, giving my views on the Irish Insolvency Legislation and where I saw it affecting the movement of people to the UK.

This followed a piece in the Sunday Business Post the previous day 28th January 2013 about the rise in the numbers of people from Ireland going to the UK for bankruptcy

http://www.rte.ie/news/player/2013/0204/20149804-extraordinary-rise-in-number-of-irish-people-seeking-uk-bankruptcy/

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New Year and a new start – going bankrupt in the UK

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A New Year has dawned and for many it will herald a chance for a new start. In Ireland I know that many families will be facing up to another year of debt and depreciation and for lots they will be seeking to move across to the UK to set up a new life.
For those who come to the UK and establish themselves, they may in time turn their thoughts to getting rid of their debts and declare bankruptcy. Indeed ...
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What to expect when you go to court for a bankruptcy hearing

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If you are one of the millions who have been struggling ith debt over the last three years then you may have considered a number of debt solutions.
Perhaps you have tried something as simple as a debt management plan, either set up yourself or through a debt management company. For others, it may have been an IVA put in place for you by one of the numerous providers who you can see advertising on TV and in the papers and ...
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What expenditure can be put down in a statement of affairs

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I am often asked what expenditure can be included in a statements of affairs. Quite rightly someone going bankrupt wants to be able to include in their list of outgoings everything that they spend each month. Actually this is also very important because the Official Receiver is entitled to take any money that is deemed as surplus to an individual’s requirement for the benefit of creditors.
The Official Receiver has the power to agree an income payments agreement or ask the ...
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Here is a post I made a year ago on 23rd Jan – what has changed

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As I prepare to fly to Dublin yet again to talk to people who want to go bankrupt in the UK, I was prompted to look back and see what I was writing about a year ago. Here is what I wrote on 23rd January 2012

I have just returned from a trip to Dublin to meet with my partners irishbankruptcyuk.ie . It was a sobering experience as they introduced me to clients they had signed up for the bankruptcy process, ...

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In November I did an article with others in which I highlighted the numbers of business people who were quitting the Republic to start new lives in then UK and in the process go bankrupt and rid themselves of irish debt.

The link to that article is below

http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/hundreds-of-bust-business-figures-flock-to-uk-for-soft-bankruptcies-3296418.html

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Irish Bankruptcy – not just for the rich and famous

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I recently did an opinion piece for the Irish Independent, entitled Irish Bankruptcy – not just for the rich and famous. The point of the article was to highlight that despite Ireland having signed off on new Insolvency Legislation, there would be no change in the number of people coming over from Ireland to the Uk to go bankrupt.

Whereas in the past that might have been multi-million pound property developers, it is now more likely to be normal people with ...

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