Debt Solutions Exist For Most Serious Problems, Says Debt Help Site

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The Debt Help Site is urging UK residents with debt problems to seek expert advice and take advantage of the many debt solutions that exist even for the worst cases of personal debt.

A reputable organisation will offer free and confidential advice so there is no risk involved. The worst thing to do is to let the problem get worse by going into denial or not taking advantage of the debt solutions that exist.

With the total of personal debt in the UK over £1.1 trillion and bankruptcies reaching record levels, the message from the Debt Help Site is that debt solutions are available for even the worst debt problems.

Millions of UK residents are suffering under the burden of debt, with as many as 100,000 bankruptcies predicted for this year alone.

Recent research suggests that credit card debt is rising sharply and the Debt Help Site Annual UK Debt Survey 2006 showed that more than 63% of people seeking help for their debt problems believe their health has been adversely affected by their financial worries.

However, the Debt Help Site insists that debt solutions exist for all kinds of debt problems, from the seemingly trivial to the most serious.

Terry Galvin, editor of the Debt Help Site, explains: "No matter how bad someone thinks their situation is, if they are worried about their level of debt and are struggling with their finances, they should get professional debt advice because debt solutions are out there.

"People with serious debts shouldn't resign themselves to going bankrupt because there are ways to avoid bankruptcy, such as the Individual Voluntary Arrangement, or IVA, whereby a large percentage of the debt can be written off and the rest paid off in manageable amounts over a five-year period."

However, Galvin stresses that the IVA is just one of many debt solutions available for people with serious debts and it is important for those with problems to get debt counselling so a professional can assess the situation and give advice on the most suitable option.

Galvin says: "A reputable organisation will offer free and confidential advice so there is no risk involved. The worst thing to do is to let the problem get worse by going into denial or not taking advantage of the debt solutions that exist."

For more information and debt advice and debt solutions, visit the Debt Help Site at http://www.debthelpsite.net

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