Welcome to Michael Alan Debt Advice and Bailiff Specialists

We have been helping people with debt and bailiff debts for over 10 years and whatever problems you are up against, we could help you too.

We understand that creditors and bailiffs can be stressful, but you don’t have to face it alone. Our expertise means that we can assess your situation and provide the option that best suits your circumstances. With our help and support, you could contact us today to discuss what options are available for you in helping you get through everything.

We offer a friendly, confidential, specialist service whether your looking for free advice without obligation, or a solution to become debt free.

Call our advice line and speak to one of our advisors on 0333 577 9890
How we can help?
  • Offer free debt and bailiff advice
  • Stop bailiff enforcement, stop action quickly
  • Help with council tax bailiffs
  • Offer assistance with a high court writ
  • Look at different debt solutions

Help write off a percentage of your debt

One affordable monthly payment

Get a stable financial footing

Stop creditors and Bailiffs taking further action

Write Off Most Types of Debt, Including:

Payday Loans

Personal Loans

Credit Cards

Store Cards

Money Advice FAQs

Take control of your debts: Get professional debt advice to understand your options, create a debt management plan, and take steps towards becoming debt-free.

Consolidate and manage debts: Explore debt consolidation options, such as debt consolidation loans or balance transfers, to streamline payments and lower interest rates.

Negotiate with creditors: Work with a debt advisor to negotiate with creditors for reduced interest rates, lower monthly payments, or extended repayment terms.

Create a budget and repayment plan: Develop a budget and repayment plan tailored to your financial situation, taking into account your income, expenses, and debts.

Explore debt relief options: Learn about debt relief options such as individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs), debt relief orders (DROs), or bankruptcy, and get professional advice to determine the best course of action for your situation.

Improve your financial habits: Make positive changes to your spending and saving habits to avoid accumulating new debts and build a stronger financial foundation.

Seek emotional support: Dealing with debts can be stressful, and it's important to seek emotional support from friends, family, or a counselor to help you manage the emotional impact of debt.

Stay committed and consistent: Stick to your debt management plan, make regular payments, and stay committed to your financial goals to regain control of your debts.

Budgeting and saving: Learn how to create and follow a budget, track your expenses, and save money for short-term and long-term financial goals.

Smart spending: Make informed spending decisions, avoid unnecessary expenses, and prioritize essential needs to make the most of your money.
Tax planning: Optimize your tax strategy by understanding tax deductions, credits, and exemptions, and seek professional advice on tax planning to minimize your tax liability.

Emergency fund: Build an emergency fund to provide a financial safety net for unexpected expenses, such as medical emergencies, car repairs, or job loss, to avoid going into debt.

Financial education: Educate yourself about personal finance topics, such as investing, credit management, insurance, and estate planning, to make informed financial decisions and protect your financial future.

Assess your financial situation: Evaluate your current financial status, including your income, expenses, debts, assets, and financial goals, to understand your unique financial circumstances.

Set financial goals: Define short-term and long-term financial goals that are meaningful to you, such as saving for a down payment, paying off debts, starting a business, or planning for retirement.

Develop a financial plan: Create a customized financial plan that aligns with your goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon, and includes strategies for budgeting, saving, investing, and debt management.

Seek professional advice: Consider working with a financial advisor, accountant, or other financial professional who can provide expert guidance and help you make informed decisions based on your individual needs and circumstances.
Be mindful of your spending: Practice mindful spending by prioritizing essential needs, avoiding impulsive purchases, and regularly reviewing and adjusting your spending habits to stay within your budget.

Review and adjust your plan regularly: Regularly review and update your financial plan based on changes in your life, financial circumstances, and goals, and make adjustments as needed to stay on track.

Stay focused on your priorities: Stay true to your financial goals and priorities, and avoid comparing your financial situation or progress to others. Everyone's financial journey is unique, and it's important to make choices that align with your values and priorities.

Assess your finances: Evaluate your income, expenses, debts, and savings to understand your current financial situation.

Set financial goals: Define specific financial goals that align with your short-term and long-term aspirations, such as saving for an emergency fund, paying off debts, or investing for retirement.

Create a budget: Develop a budget that outlines your income, expenses, and savings goals, and track your spending to ensure you're managing your money effectively.

Save regularly: Make saving a priority by setting aside money regularly for emergencies, future expenses, or investments.

Educate yourself: Improve your financial literacy by educating yourself about personal finance topics, such as budgeting, investing, and managing debts.

Reduce debts: Develop a plan to pay off debts, such as credit cards or loans, as soon as possible to reduce interest costs and improve your financial situation.

Seek professional advice: Consider consulting with a financial advisor or credit counselor for expert guidance on creating a customized financial plan.

Take action: Start taking steps towards your financial goals today, whether it's saving, paying off debts, or making informed financial decisions.

Explore Our Debt Management Solutions

Michael Alan advise on a range of debt solutions. We will assess what you qualify for and recommend the right solution that suits your circumstances. IVA

An IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) is an agreement between you and your creditors to address your debts – you make an affordable monthly payment each month for a period (usually 5 years) and once the IVA is successfully completed, the remaining debt is written off.

A debt management plan (DMP) is an agreement between you and your creditors to help pay off all your debts. Any debts managed through the plan will be paid off in full, but charges, interest and payments may be frozen or reduced depending on your creditor.

Debt Relief Order (DRO) is a quick and simple alternative to bankruptcy and is a solution for those who have limited means. The debts in a Debt Relief Order are written off after 1 year.

A Trust Deed is only available to Scottish residents and is an agreement between you and your creditors – you agree to an affordable monthly payment over a given period (usually 4 or 5 years) and creditors agree to write off any outstanding debt at the end.

Bankruptcy may be considered when your debts outweigh your existing income and assets. It involves applying to the court to clear your debts, however, it may negatively affect your long-term plans so it should be carefully considered.

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Creditors We Can Help With

Michael Alan works with a wide range of creditors every day, below is just a small selection of those we can help you with.

Free Debt Advice

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Money Helper

To find out more about managing your money and getting free debt advice, visit Money Helper, an independent service set up to help people manage their money.