Your matrimonial home in bankruptcy
How we help
Being made bankrupt can often mean that your main residence is at risk, whether you solely own the property or own it jointly with a spouse or partner. We will explain all the options available to you and advise you on the best course of action to take.
For example, this could include agreeing a sale in which you have control, or negotiating with the Trustee in bankruptcy for a third party to purchase the Trustee’s interest in the property.
Who we help
- Other third parties with an interest
- Relatives of the bankrupt person
What to do