ifwisheswerehorses... wrote: »
Hiya wharty, I'm pleased all went well and life so does begin again, congratulations :beer:
bazra wrote: »
Ok, i finally bit the bullet today and spoke to a debt adviser at Step Change.
It's a lot worse than i thought and i know things are going to get tough over the coming months, just when i really could do with a break after so many personal trauma's the last few years.
If i'm strong enough to have survived what i have then i'm sure i can hold my nerve with this..
Good luck staying sane everyone.
TheGardener wrote: »
Hyperventilating over...I presented my petition at Court this morning, 25th. The process was straight forward and the Judge signed without seeing me and I am waiting for the OR's call. I'm not feeling elated or relived as such but I know it was the only practical course of action for me to take. I know the next few years will be tough but - they would have been even tougher if I hadn't done this. " sooner war - sooner peace" was my granddads way of saying best get it over with...I have to say here that the chap from Step Change who took my call and helped me during my last minute meltdown over the BR forms yesterday was amazing and I am hugely grateful for his practical and moral support. :A
I'll let you know how it goes
dettelibre wrote: »
please add me to june list! i went bankrupt recently and although i had to see the judge (for less than 1 minute) the rest was fairly pain free and the OR interview was a doddle less than 15 minutes.
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