Why is nobody else talking about free bankruptcy?
Free bankruptcy almost sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Well, it isn’t and there’s a good reason behind why you can’t find much information on the subject either.
The internet is kind of like an ocean. It’s like an ocean in the sense that it’s reachable by anyone and largely ungoverned outside of a few areas. Anyone planning to venture into international waters should be prepared to meet the occasional pirate.
When surfing the web for bankruptcy information, you’re bound to come across numerous organisations offering “Bankruptcy services”. These services typically revolve around charging you a fee to prepare and lodge your bankruptcy paperwork. Make no mistake, the vast majority of businesses advertising such services are not bankruptcy trustees (you know, the people qualified to handle your bankruptcy). Instead, they’re kind of like a third wheel on an already awkward date, hoping you’ll pick up their tab. As it turns out, you don’t need to buy them dinner at all.
When you consider that many of these businesses charge between $300 to $5,000 for something you can do for nothing, the lack of information available on free bankruptcy starts to make a lot more sense doesn’t it?
I was told that free bankruptcy is too hard and paying someone to do my forms is the best option
Of course you were. Oceans, pirates… remember?
Quid Pro Quo; sometimes it can be challenging if your circumstances are complicated, but even so, it’s hardly rocket science.
More importantly, there are registered trustees out there (like Aravanis) who’ll help you for FREE.
I was told that my bankruptcy application could take up to 3 months to complete
Organisations quoting multiple weeks or months are likely referring to the time it’ll take YOU to pay off THEIR FEES.
In truth, bankruptcy usually occurs within 1-5 business days of the paperwork being lodged for processing.
Free bankruptcy; how do I do it?
When it comes to legitimately free bankruptcy, you’ve got two options;
- Call or enquire with us, and we’ll give you a free consultation to answer any bankruptcy questions that you might have. We’ll also give you the paperwork and detailed instructions on how to file for free
- Complete the bankruptcy paperwork that’s available to everyone via our resources page or the AFSA website and then send them directly to AFSA
What’s the catch with you guys?
Ok, so there is a teensy, tiny, little one.
We’re running a business too. But we’re not running the same kind of business that many of the “bankruptcy services” types are.
Unlike a lot of the so-called “bankruptcy experts”, we’re a Registered Trustee firm. Our clients are people who are bankrupt and we’re their appointed bankruptcy trustee(s).
If your bankrupt estate is likely to contain little or no funds, then your bankruptcy will probably be handled by AFSA and not a registered trustee like Aravanis. That’s because a fund-less estate leaves a registered trustee unable to recover any costs. The trickle-down effect is that the trustee can’t pay staff or overheads and well, you get the point. As a result, we’re looking for people who want to go bankrupt and will need to make income contributions and/or own assets that aren’t protected in bankruptcy.
Here’s what we offer: we’ll give you free bankruptcy-related information that’s specific to your situation. At the same time, we’ll use this opportunity to figure out if we can be your trustee.
If we can, we’ll lodge your paperwork for you, along with a form that’ll appoint us as your trustee – free. From there; we’ll handle your bankruptcy.
If we can’t be your trustee, we’re still going to answer any questions you have. We’ll also give you EVERYTHING you need to go bankrupt through AFSA for free.
You see, we told you the catch was tiny!
In reality, we offer a legitimately free and symbiotic service – one that we don’t derive financial benefit from in a lot of cases.
Why do Aravanis offer free bankruptcy help instead of charging a fee?
Because it’s the right thing to do. That, and the only pirate we’re fans of is Cap’n Jack Sparrow.
Are you ready to go bankrupt for free?
Let’s do this!
You can find out more about FREE bankruptcy by calling 1300 369 168 or make an online enquiry and we’ll call you.