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Our professional team understands each person’s circumstances are different, which is why we offer a range of creditor agreement options under the Debt Management Plan. This ensures the outcome achieved for you is suitable and sustainable. A summary of our Debt Management options:

Debt Agreement

A Part 9 Debt Agreement is a legal and binding agreement with your creditors. A Debt Agreement outlines a new payment arrangement which will reduce your debts, pause your interest, reduce your payment amounts and generally last between 3 to 5 years.

Debtstroyer Agreement

A Debtstroyer Agreement (Informal Agreement) aims to reduce repayments and pause or reduce interest on your debts. It is a private arrangement directly between you and your creditors to ensure your debts are manageable based on your budget.

Debt Settlement

If you have access to a lump sum which is not sufficient to repay your outstanding debts in full, a Debt Settlement may help. It is designed to waiver or reduce debt amounts to allow final settlement with your creditors.

Agribusiness

An Agribusiness arrangement is a specific arrangement for those caught up in failed agribusiness loan schemes. It can take the form of a long-term payment arrangement or lump sum settlement, depending on your individual circumstances.

Moratorium

A Moratorium is a short term arrangement with creditors (secured or unsecured) which pauses or significantly reduces repayments and interest over a period of 3 to 12 months.

Loan Renegotiation

Loan Renegotiation is a renegotiation of current loan terms and conditions to reduce interest, increase the loan term with ultimate outcome being a reduction in the minimum loan repayments.

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