What If I Have Both Business and Personal Debts?
If you have a mix of personal and business debts when you declare bankruptcy, you might have the chance to have most, if not all, of it wiped. This is a complex procedure, but it is possible. Personal insolvency does not automatically imply business bankruptcy also. Whether you operate as a Sole Trader, Partnership, Company, or Trust, at Bankruptcy Tweed Coast we can guide you through all of your options. Call us for an obligation free chat on 1300 795 575.
Isn’t It Illegal to Run a Similar Business after Bankruptcy?
Is it illegal to run a similar business after bankruptcy? It deﬁnitely can be. It is illegal to put together a Phoenix Company that rises up out of the ashes of an old one and New South Wales has laws in place to prevent this from taking place. You cannot run up thousands in debt, go bankrupt, then open up the doors again the next morning as if absolutely nothing had happened. This scenario, just like many concerning bankruptcy, is not as simple as it might seem. It is always a good plan to talk with the experts ﬁrst so call Bankruptcy Tweed Coast today on 1300 795 575.