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Are you bankrupt or facing bankruptcy?
Do you believe bankruptcy is your only option out of debt, or are you at risk of being made bankrupt by someone you owe money to?
This section of the website is for you if:
- Your creditors are taking action to recover the money owed. This action may include taking steps to make you bankrupt;
- You have been made bankrupt by your creditors; or
- You cannot pay your debts and are considering making yourself bankrupt.
If you are unable to pay your debts you should get advice from a money advisor or solicitor. They can give you further information on bankruptcy or alternatives that may be available to you.
Money Advice Scotland and Citizens Advice Scotland offer free impartial advice. Click on the link provided to find a contact details of an adviser or legal professional:
How to use this website
Whether you are looking for more information on what forms of debt relief are available to you Quick links provided on the right are designed to help you navigate the different areas of this website for relevant help and information. If you know what you are looking for but can't find it here, use the search button at the top right-hand corner of this screen.
Links given here do not take you to every part of the site, you can navigate the whole site using the main tabs at the top of the page.
You will find information on what bankruptcy is and how you or your creditor(s) will apply for your bankruptcy, and what the consequences are of being bankrupt.
Depending on the date you are made bankrupt you will be subject to different regulations and processes. Follow the correct date link to access the right guidance booklets for you.
Links to AiB's contact details, glossary of terms used in this website and AiB's publications are also available.