Voluntary Surrender of Estate: How involved will I be?

 In Uncategorized, Voluntary Surrender of Estate

One of the scariest things to think about when it comes acquiring legal protection against creditors is that you might be required to attend court to explain yourself.

Let’s settle one misunderstanding in terms of Voluntary Surrender of Estate proceedings. At no point during its execution will you be required to attend court, defend yourself or run around to get affidavits done.

The convenience of this process lies in the fact that you have an appointed advocate looking after your affairs, this is the same advocate who will take care of your application, court proceedings and, of course, keeping your creditors at bay.

The most involved you will be in the process is writing a declaration of how you have come to be over-indebted, listing your assets, sending that documentation through to Senator and then committing to honour your monthly payments.

At the end of the day, we would like to alleviate your stress, not add to it. For peace of mind and a comfortable road to recovery, contact Senator Counsellors today.

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