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Accrington County Court Bankruptcy Information

Going to Court is the final step of the bankruptcy process. Before contacting the Court and organising a time and date to apply for a Bankruptcy Order you first need to think about your options.

Expert advice is a must when your debts have grown to be so unmanageable that radical action is required. Sometimes the problem is not as bad as you imagine, and an informal arrangement, like a Debt Management Plan, may well be more appropriate.

If personal bankruptcy is the answer you're looking for, then the appropriate documentation will eventually be submitted to your local County Court.

For those living within Accrington we have included the court details below. You only need to contact the court if you already have everything prepared, including your Statement of Affairs and Debtor's Petition, and you are ready to finalise the Bankruptcy Order.

To arrange a consultation you can complete this online form, and an experienced Advisor will be in touch to assess your situation and advise you accordingly.


Office: Bradshawgate House
1 Oak Street
Accrington Lancashire

DX 702645 Accrington 2

Court number 103
County Court number 103

General Contacts

Switchboard 01254 237490
General Fax 01254 393869
Switchboard 01254 398173

Opening Times

Court building open 8.30 am
Court building closed 4.30 pm
Court counter open 10.00 am
Court counter closed 4.00 pm



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