Debt Advice Handbook
Price £26 578 pages ISBN 978 1 906076 89 4
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About the NEW 11th edition Debt Advice Handbook
Our comprehensive guide to the debt advice process in England and Wales is an essential resource for anyone dealing with any aspect of debt.
It contains the essential information needed by advisers on: interviewing clients; establishing liability; maximising income; prioritising debts; preparing financial statements; negotiating with creditors; and choosing the most effective strategy. It also contains detailed information on court action by creditors to recover debts and repossess property, enforcement in the magistrates’ court and insolvency.
This 11th edition is fully updated to cover all the recent changes to legislation, caselaw, court procedures and practice. Information on bailiffs has been completely revised to reflect their new powers to take control of goods, introduced in 2014.
‘This book continues to provide welcome support for advisers and consumers. CPAG are to be congratulated on meeting this need’ INSTITUTE OF MONEY ADVISERS
‘Aimed principally at counsellors … but people in debt may also ﬁnd it a useful self help guide’ THE TIMES
'As an indebted individual I found the handbook speciﬁc, detailed, calming and invaluable’ A READER
‘An essential reference for all who work in debt advice’ CHIEF EXECUTIVE, CITIZENS ADVICE
‘Arguably the most lucid and probably the most deﬁnitive on the subject’ CREDIT MANAGEMENT
‘The Debt Advice Handbook has proved itself over the years as a comprehensive, reliable and easily accessible source of information.’ THE ADVISER (Citizens Advice)
‘This book has been needed for a long time…add it to your library’ NEW LAW JOURNAL