Q & A
Q: How do I know that your services are for me?
What is the first thing that I should do when my bond is in arrear?
I have tried talking to the bank but this no longer works as I just cannot pay them what they want. What now?
The bank has issued summons against me and I have received a warrant of execution in terms of which my property has been attached by the sheriff. What happens next?
Can I still make a payment arrangement with the bank if a date for a sale in execution by the sheriff has been determined
What is the worst thing that I should not do?
Why are so many people experiencing financial difficulties?
Why should I use your services?
What is the difference between a voluntary surrender and a sequestration?
What are the consequences of a Voluntary Surrender and Sequestration?
What happens to my motor vehicle?
What happens to my furniture, jewellery and other movable property?
Can I keep using my cell phone?
What about a savings, cheque or credit card account?
What happens to my pension or retirement annuities?
Is there a time limit to do something about my situation?
What happens if I have been placed under debt review and the debt counselling procedure is not working for me?
What is an administration order? Do I qualify for it?
I am totally confused and still don’t understand how you can help me. What can I do?
I don’t like it that I will be called an insolvent person, is it not a disgrace and what will people think of me?
What happens if I stand to inherit from a relative’s Will?
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