How our Debt Management Solutions work
How The Process Works
What Happens Next?
Capital Debt Solutions will work with you to establish a list of creditors, and calculate all of your provable unsecured debt. If you are eligible to submit a debt agreement proposal, Capital Debt Solutions will help you with all your paperwork. Once your proposal is completed, it will be submitted to the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Understanding & Professional
When Experience Counts
The team at Capital Debt Solutions have more than 7 years experience in dealing with creditors within the financial services industry.
Our focus is on providing you with outstanding service, through our commitment to professional service and best practice methodology in everything we do.
Frequently Asked Questions
Fitting The Puzzle Together
Is my proposal automatically accepted?
No. AFSA may reject your proposal if it is not in the best interest of your creditors, or if you are ineligible. Likewise, creditors are not obliged to accept your proposal, and may vote against it. Additionally, if you are not able to manage your debt agreement and meet your regular payments put in place under the agreement, your financial problems could potentially worsen – it is imperative you are diligent and meet your agreed payments.
What happens if my Debt Agreement proposal is accepted?
Once your proposal is accepted, your creditors are unable to take any further legal action against you. The Debt Agreement does not end until ALL your obligations made under the proposal are satisfied.
How does a Debt Agreement affect my credit rating?
There are plenty of advantages in entering a Debt Agreement, but there are also things you should think about. Both your proposal and the agreement are registered with the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII) forever. This information will then also be listed on your credit report for up to five (5) years. During this time it may be difficult to obtain credit.