|Level / Type of Debt||Income||Assets||Required Intermediary|
|DSA||Unsecured only||No Max||No Max||Personal Insolvency Practitioner|
What is a Debt Settlement Arrangement?
A Debt Settlement Arrangement (DSA) is an insolvency solution for people who have unsecured debts - credit cards, loans, overdrafts etc. For mortgage-related debt please see Personal Insolvency Arrangement.
A Debt Settlement Arrangement is a formal agreement with creditors that allows for some write off of debt. With this solution a person agrees to pay a percentage of their overall debt over a specified period of time. At the end of that period of time they will be solvent.
Applying for a Debt Settlement Arrangement
In order to apply for a Debt Settlement Arrangement, a person should contact a Personal Insolvency Practitioner (PIP) - these are a network of qualified professional advisors regulated by the ISI to deal with Debt Settlement Arrangements and are experts in the area of debt advice.
Personal Insolvency Practitioners are located around the country - click here for contact details or call the ISI's Information Line on 076 106 4200 or free text ISI to 50015 for a callback from our information line.
More information on this solution can be found in the guides below.