There are many services available to help you if you are having problems involving your financial position which may have left you in debt or at risk of losing your home.

We have listed below a few organisations which can help with impartial debt advice:

GOV.uk - Independent advice on dealing with Enforcement Agents can be found on the Government website.

Step Change - StepChange Debt Charity is a registered charity offering free, confidential debt advice and support to anyone who is worried about their financial situation.

For instant anonymous advice, visit StepChange Debt Remedy - its online debt counselling tool, or call its helpline on 0800 138 1111.

Money Advice Service - The Money Advice Service offers free and impartial money advice, set up by government. You can use the live chat function on its website or call 0800 138 7777.

National Debtline - National Debtline is a charity giving free independent debt advice online and over the phone. You can use its web chat to speak live to a specialist adviser, or call 0808 808 4000.

Credit Action - Visit the Credit Action website for more information on debt and money management.

Citizens Advice Bureau - Citizens Advice Bureau can offer advice on a number of issues surrounding debt, benefits and the legal system. You can visit its website here, or call 08444 111 444 (England) or 0844 77 20 20 (Wales).

If you are a service offering free debt or legal advice and would like to be included here, please contact us.

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