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Write off unaffordable debt (upto 81%)

Affordable Reduced Monthly Payments

No more debt collector phone calls and letters

No upfront fees

Interest on your debt is frozen

Fully Advised Service On All Debt Solutions

Get your life back in order

Become Debt Free

Struggling to make ends meet every month because of your current debt payments? Are your current outgoings more than what you take home each month? With an IVA you can write off up to 81% of your unaffordable debts and lower your monthly payments to what is affordable to you! Click here now to see if you qualify! Debtlifeline offer a fully advised service to make sure you are on the correct debt plan for your current situation.

Easy 3 Step Process!!!

1 - Get Started

Answer a few quick questions to check if you qualify to write off debt and lower your monthly payments

2 - Get Expert Advice

Have a friendly chat with a compassionate, non judgemental debt expert and find out your personalised plan

3 - Sit back and relax

Get back to enjoying life without money worries and leave the rest to us!

Example customer case

Lets say you owe…

Unsecured Loans – £10523

Credit Cards – £5217

Store Cards – £2563

Total owed £18303

Current Monthly payments…


With one of our debt solutions…

Total debt paid back – £6360

Total debt written off – £11943

Total % Written off – 65.25%

New Monthly payment…


Monthly payments are based on individual financial circumstances!

Write off upto 81% of your debt

Speak to a debt advisor now!

Get free, friendly, non judgemental debt advice. Debt advisors are here to find the best debt solution for you dependant on your personal circumstances. There is no obligation to use any debt solution that they advise. Take the first step on getting your financial life back on track!

Write off most types of unaffordable unsecured debt…

Personal loans, Catalogues, Credit cards, Overdrafts, Payday loans

Council tax arrears

Gas, Electric and Water bill arrears


Income tax and NI arrears

Tax credit or benefit overpayments

What is an IVA?

An IVA is a debt solution that you can use if you are struggling to repay your unsecured debts. An IVA is a formal agreement made between you and the people you owe money to. You won’t manage the IVA yourself, it will be managed by a qualified Insolvency Practitioner (sometimes referred to, as an “IP”).

Do I Qualify for An IVA?

  • Do you have £6000 or more in debt?
  • Do you have 2 or more creditors?
  • Do you have a regular income?
  • Are willing to pay £80 or more towards all of your debts?
  • Are you a resident of England, Wales or Northern Ireland?

If you answer yes to the above there’s a good chance you are eligible.

How can An IVA Help Me?

  • by reducing your debt payments to a minimum of £80 per month
  • by stopping your creditors from contacting you or taking action against you
  • by allowing you to keep your car and stay in your home
  • by stopping all interest and charges instantly
  • by providing a way to become debt-free after five or six years.

The hardest part of dealing with debt is often recognising there is a problem and asking for help, once you’ve spoken to an advisor, your mind will put at rest and the stress of dealing with your debt will be gone for good”

Other Debt Solutions

Debt Management Plan

Consolidate all your unsecured debt into 1 “affordable to you” monthly payment. It’s informal, flexible and confidential. Your creditors are negotiated with to freeze interest and any additional charges where necessary.

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Debt Relief Order

A Debt Relief order is a debt solution for tenants who owe less than £30,000 with a low disposable income and no real assets to become debt free.

You make no payments towards your debts for 12 months and all interest on your debt is frozen during that time. 

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Bankruptcy is a debt solution for individuals who owe £5000 or more and usually used as a last resort when all other debt solutions have been explored.

After 12 months you are usually discharged from being bankrupt and the rest of your debt is written off. 

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