Have You Got Questions About Debt Review?
If you are thinking of entering the debt review process or if you only recently began the process you may want to find out more about how debt review and debt counselling works. This is good. You should learn as much about the process as possible.
By learning more you will avoid any confusion or possible disappointment that may come from unrealistic expectations.
‘You should learn as much about the process as possible’
To make your life easier we have a page with links to dozens of common debt review and debt counselling related topics and questions. The information is designed to be easy to understand. Sometimes, people who work in an industry use ‘jargon’ or terms that are familiar to them but sound strange to you. They may talk about… a Form 16, a Form 17.1, a Form 19 or something similar and you may feel a bit too shy to ask what these forms are. That’s natural.
‘When beginning debt review you will be trying to process a lot of information in a short time period’
When beginning debt review you will be trying to process a lot of information in a short time period and it is unlikely that you will remember everything that you are told when meeting or talking to your Debt Counsellor.
We hope that these articles make it easy for you to get more information about a wide range of questions.