The bankruptcy application process and fee were changed on 06 April 2016

If you are in the process of or are thinking about applying for bankruptcy, the headings below provide an overview of these changes and how they might affect you.

How the process has changed

Previously all bankruptcy applications had to be submitted to the court and looked at by a judge.

On 06 April 2016, the application process for people wishing to make themselves bankrupt moved online and out of the courts.

This means that you now have to fill in your bankruptcy application online rather than using a paper form and you no longer have to go to court. Instead, you submit your completed application electronically to an adjudicator who makes a decision about your application.
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Changes to the bankruptcy application process: what you need to know

If you are in the process of or are thinking about applying for bankruptcy, the headings below provide an overview of these changes and how they might affect you. Previously all bankruptcy applications had to be submitted to the court and looked at by a judge.

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