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#Personal Insolvency Practitioner

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Wednesday 12 March, 2014

Column: There are fewer bankruptcies than expected so far this year. Why?

A stand-off between debtors and creditors has led to a slow down in formal insolvency arrangements, write Anthony Joyce and Karl Deeter.

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Tuesday 26 November, 2013

85 per cent in debt deals are families with children

In the first 20 deals, one quarter voluntarily handed the keys to their property over to the bank.

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Monday 25 November, 2013

Most of borrower’s debt written off in first deal under new insolvency regime

The first debt settlement arrangement has been agreed today.

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Thursday 21 November, 2013

Two more insolvency cases heard under new regime as 7,500 contact ISI

According to the statistics section of the ISI’s website, there were almost 7,500 contacts made to to the ISI either by email or telephone up to the end of October.

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Saturday 12 October, 2013

These four counties have no personal insolvency practitioners

Dublin has the highest number of PIPs, followed by Cork and Galway.

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Tuesday 10 September, 2013

PIP apologises for comments about ‘bigger houses’ for professionals

Jim Stafford issued a statement saying that he did not intend to ‘create a distinction between so called professional classes and PAYE workers’.

# personal-insolvency-practitioner - Sunday 31 March, 2013

Column: Debtors are entitled to a life, not just an existence, under the new Personal Insolvency Act

Some reports have led to anxiety and stress for those seeking to avail of the new debt relief mechanisms – but evaluations will not be as black-and-white as some fear, writes Ryan Stewart.