The bankruptcy process: Irish Times look under the hood

The Irish Times did the second installation of a person going through bankruptcy today.

Of note is how quick and effective it is on the day, the process is not surrounded with doom or darkness in terms of how the judge deals with people, it is humane, and brief, something to be commended as so much of the road to court 6 is paved with fear and harsh treatment.

We think Conor Pope did a good job of looking into a bankruptcy from start to finish, and wish to thank him for it.

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Irish Times cover the story of a person going for bankruptcy and mention BankruptcyAdvice.ie

The Irish Times did a story on a person looking to go for bankruptcy and mentioned us in the article.

Conor Pope did a great job of outlining the issues in general and in particular to Rory, but this line sums it “He owes €60,000 to half a dozen lenders including banks, credit unions and credit card companies – an absolute pittance in the scheme of things – but a debt of sufficient size to give him countless sleepless nights“.

While we can’t assure people don’t lose any more sleep, we can help them find a route to finality of the problem and that, rather than superfluous statements about social rights and wrongs is really what this all boils down to.

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