My IVA was due to finish in April this year however I am slightly behind (approx 1.5k left) however my income reduced massivley 2 years ago and my payments have been made by family members to avoid bankrupcy. I cannot release any equity due to my low income and now rely on family members and benefits to get by. I am worried that creditors will go after an extra years or force me and my young family to sell up but I cannot possibly manage any more payments. The best I could possibly do is finish the 60 months. What should I do
You really do need to speak to your IP as things should never have come to this.
Do you have any equity in your house at all? If not then bankruptcy could be an option. If you do, then there is always a possibility that you may have to go to a further twelve months.
I urge you to speak to the IP and get something sorted.
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If there is no equity in your property, surely the case will conclude upon the payment of the 60th contribution?
There may be some equity however I have already tried a couple of years back to remortgage but my income is only around £100 per week topped up with benefits and also I am now married with children so I believe my spouse has some entitlement to part of the equity. I wondered that with proof of low income that the creditors would accept payments made as FFS?