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“DFH Financial Solutions (a trading name of Bridgewater Support Solutions Ltd,company number 07556890) is part of a group of companies established in 2006 which specialise in consumer financial solutions and have extensive experience in the field of commercial debt management. Read more...

  

 

  

Other Debt Solutions

Considering all your options when dealing with your debts can be a worrying and stressful experience, especially if the right information isn’t available to hand. At DFH we promise to advise you on debt solutions suited to you and your individual circumstances.

These include the following:

Debt Consolidation Loan
Debt Management Plan
Individual Voluntary Arrangement or IVA
Debt Relief Order
Administration Order
Bankruptcy

Scottish Residents only:

Trust Deed
Sequestration
Debt Arrangement Scheme

Take control of your finances – Speak to a Debt Advisor today

If you have found yourself struggling with debt, the advice is not to panic or ignore the situation but to address it as soon as possible. There are many solutions to help you repay your debt and we at DFH can help you to determine the best solution for your circumstances and help you to start to regain control of your finances.

Call us on 0800 881 8722

Monday to Thursday 8:30am - 8pm, Fridays 8:30am - 6pm and Saturdays 9am - 1pm

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