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The threat of bailiffs is a worrying thought. Our top ten tips on how to deal with bailiffs can help put your mind at ease.
Bailiffs in England & Wales are officially known as ‘enforcement agents’, however the general public still call them bailiffs.
UPDATE: Government legislation re: bailiff home visits in England and Wales
Bailiffs in England and Wales can now resume visits to people's homes in order to collect goods towards debts owed.
Bailiff visits were temporarily put on hold due to the coronavirus crisis, but they can now resume home visits as long as they abide by the latest government guidelines.
If you've been contacted by a bailiff, and you're worried about a potential home visit from 23 August, please get in touch with us.
At present, home visits from sheriff officers in Scotland are on hold until further notice.
A letter or visit from a bailiff is sign that you need free and impartial debt help. We can give expert budgeting advice to help deal with the bailiff debt and manage your situation.
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