Wrexham County Bankruptcy Court Information

 
 
Going to Court is the final step of the bankruptcy process. Before phoning the Court and arranging a time and date to apply for a Bankruptcy Order you first need to assess your plan of action.

Bankruptcy will clear all of your current unsecured debts, but in doing so it's going to remain on your Credit Report for six years, which can have an effect on your future borrowing during that timeframe. Another form of insolvency is an IVA, which could be suitable in case you have equity to protect, or a career that is excluded from bankruptcy.

If bankruptcy is the solution you're looking for, then the required documentation will eventually be filed at your local County Court.

For those living within Wrexham we have included the court details below. You only need to contact the court if you already have everything prepared, including your Statement of Affairs and Debtor's Petition, and you are ready to finalise the Bankruptcy Order.

To arrange a consultation you can complete this online form, and an experienced Advisor will be in touch to assess your situation and advise you accordingly.

 
 
Address

2nd Floor
Crown Buildings
31 Chester Street
Wrexham Denbighshire
Wales
LL13 8XN

DX 721921 Wrexham 4

Court number 384
County Court number 384

General Contacts

Switchboard 01978 296140
General Fax 01978 290677

Opening Times

Court building open 8.30 am
Court building closed 4.00 pm
Court counter open 10.00 am
Court counter closed 4.00 pm

 



Is Bankruptcy Right For You?

It could be that bankruptcy is the most suitable debt solution for you.

Bankruptcy has the potential to wipe off 100% of your debt. It is extremely effective in alleviating the burden of debt quickly - and despite a bankruptcy usually lasting for just 12 months, it carries serious and long lasting effects which should not be ignored.

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Bankruptcy Assistance Service

You can file for bankruptcy yourself without any legal assistance. You need to go to your local county court and get he paperwork first.

It's best to phone a head to make sure that the court you're visiting actually handles bankruptcy in your jurisdiction. Then you fill in the Debtor's Petition and the Statement of Affairs as accurately as possible.

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Bankruptcy Advice

The stress and worry that comes with mounting debt only persists if you try to ignore the situation, but by doing this the consequences are much worse.

You could even find yourself in a position where bankruptcy is forced on you by your creditors. By filing for bankruptcy voluntarily you remain in control of the situation, and have a bankruptcy company on your side to assist you every step of the way.

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Effects of Bankruptcy

You are immediately free from debt and will not be responsible for any of your pre-existing debts.

It is a fresh start for you and your family to start again and build yourself up from a position of strength. You are immediately protected from all your creditors who form part of your bankruptcy.

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