Are you struggling with debt?

Accessing free, confidential and impartial debt and money advice can help you manage your money and debt issues so you can take back control.

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Resources

These leaflets and guides will help you to take the first step in dealing with your debt. They will help you to understand what you can do and what our debt advisors can do to deal with your debt. They will let you know what your rights are and what action you can take. You can print a copy of these for your information.

FAQS

In this section you will find answers to the most common frequently asked questions that our advisers have dealt with.

Links

Links to useful information provided by other organisations

Specialist Support

Advice NI provide’s a Specialist Support Service for all Money and Debt Advisers for complex cases and queries. This service is only available to debt advisers, their managers or supervisors and is unable to respond to requests from the general public. If you are a debt adviser, manager or supervisor then you can avail of this service by sending a query to specialistsupport@adviceni.net.

Debt and Money Advice Training

Advice NI is the leading provider of Debt and Money Advice training in Northern Ireland. For further information about our training including who should attend, application, accreditation and fees please see our Training Brochure, visit the Wiseradviser website or contact wiseradviser@adviceni.net.

Quality

If you would like to know more about Advice NI’s Money and Debt Advice Quality Assurance Standard contact Sinéad Campbell, Head of Money and Debt Services at sinead@adviceni.net.

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment’s funding for the Debt Action NI service has ceased. If you were a client of the Debt Action NI service and would like to access your file please contact Advice NI, on 028 9064 5919 or sinead@adviceni.net. Please note if you used the service your file will be securely held for 6 years from the date your case was closed. After the 6 year period your file will be securely destroyed.

Last modified: 
Wednesday, 10 January 2018 - 9:28am