Dealing with Personal Debt Problems

22 October, 2014

Meeting to help tackle personal debt problems,
3rd November,2014

The Insolvency Service of Ireland (I.S.I) is an independent government organisation set up to tackle personal debt problems. The I.S.I is holding a briefing session on Monday, 3rd November, 2014 at 7.30 p.m. in the Central Hotel, The Diamond, Donegal Town in order to reach out to contact points within the Community.

The briefing session will provide an opportunity for attendees:-

  • to discuss with others in the Community their experiences of helping people struggling with their debt;
  • pick up copies of the debtor friendly booklets developed by the I.S.I;
  • talk to PIPs and AIs about the services they provide to debtors;
  • get an overview of the debt solutions themselves and the benefits
    they provide to debtors;
  • to view a presentation of the qualitative research recently
    conducted on behalf of the ISI. This research will provide
    valuable insight into the experiences of debtors and how they may
    be best reached and helped when they do come forward for

During this briefing session the I.S.I will provide independent information and copies of the debtor friendly leaflets it has produced to help explain the debt solutions available. These booklets have been developed to provide straightforward, easy to understand information on the options available to people who may be struggling with debt.

The I.S.I will also provide a briefing on personal insolvency developments including the recent waiver of its applications fees. To complement this event the I.S.I will also be reaching out to debtors directly through interviews and appearances in local media and through a national radio and print advertisement campaign.Registration will be held 7.00 p.m.

It is intended that another briefing will be held in Letterkenny later in the year.

For further information on the I.S.I and the debt solutions, visit and or contact the I.S.I on Tel. 076 106 4200.

If you have a personal debt problem which you would like to discuss, please feel free to call
Donna Crampsie
or Killian McLaughlin for advice.