A friend has been through 5 years of their IVA, just had a review of their equity in a property, refused a re-mortgage, etc - so will have 12 more monthly payments. My friend is a little distressed because it drags on and on. The amount over the next 12/13 months is probably just over 5k.
Please correct me if I'm wrong but from what I understand the payments and amount can't change and the IVA can't be extended again. If so, I'm happy to loan and pay off the remaining amount in order for my friend to get their life back as I'm not half as scary as the current option.
Is it practical and painless in this situation to offer the remaining amount? It just seems that the cards are still loaded against anyone with an IVA so I wouldn't want to make anything worse.
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