Suicide is considered by almost 50% of people struggling with debt in the UK. Often the burden of debt can become too much and it’s thought the only option is to commit suicide. It’s important that people are aware there are other options and that people can seek help and become debt free. Whether it’s consolidating debt or entering a more formal debt solution, there is a route to become debt free.
Personal finance problems are often a trigger for marital break down, loss of employment and problems with family, however suicide is also considered by a large number of percentage of people struggling to make ends meet.
At Debt Support Trust we often hear from people who tell us they’ve considered ‘ending it all’ because they couldn’t see another way. However options exist for people in debt.
Take the first step and call Debt Support Trust on 0800 085 0226 today.
What do we do?
At Debt Support Trust we listen. It’s one of the most important parts of what we do. We listen to understand your own personal and financial situation. Everybody is individual and has different thoughts and feelings on debt.
Once we understand your circumstances we can then advise you on solutions which exist to get you debt free. These debt solutions are explained carefully and are balanced to give you the positives and negatives in order to make an informed decision on your debt problem.
We never judge. Our debt advice is confidential and we never share your information with anybody else without your permission. Finally, you don’t have to take our advice, it’s simply an informal chat and some helpful advice from people who care.
If you don’t feel you can make the telephone call today then why not get some online debt advice today with our debt analyser.
What solutions exist?
If you have debt problems and are contemplating suicide then please read about the solutions which exist to help you become debt free. In some instances you can be debt free within a year. Most people associate debt with Bankruptcy, however there is other debt solutions like a debt management plan, IVA or Trust Deed which you may prefer.
There are common misconceptions about personal debt which can affect a person’s wellbeing. For instance, many people think that you can go to jail for being in debt and not repaying the money. This is not accurate. It’s always best to speak to a friend, family member or a qualified debt advisor to get the truth about debt.
It’s good to talk about your debt problems and the people we help comment that just sharing and talking to somebody about the problem is enough to relieve some of the stress.
You can telephone Debt Support Trust on 0800 085 0226. If you would prefer face to face advice we would recommend speaking to your local Citizens Advice Bureau.