Yes. Your spouse or partner, dependants up to the age of 21, as well as student dependants under the age of 25 will have access to the benefits that your DebtDoctor membership affords you.
No. Our accommodating and professional financial consultants are available to assist you, telephonically, as often as you require help. Our legal advice benefit, however, is limited to an initial free 30-minute consultation with a legal professional. Should you require further legal counsel, you will receive one other free consultation with an experienced lawyer near you.
Debt Review is a formal debt rehabilitation programme that is designed to assist people who are having extreme difficulty managing their finances and, as a result, are facing blacklisting. If you are under debt review, it means that legal action cannot be taken against you during the first 60 business days of the process with regards to your debts under review. In addition, undergoing debt review means that a debt counsellor will be appointed to you and will assist in the creation of a debt repayment plan. Once you have completed the debt review process and you no longer in debt, the fact that you were in debt counselling will be removed from your record.
Debt review is a process during which a debt counsellor will:
Here's how DebtDoctor's experts will guide you through the process:
Our legal experts have the knowledge, skill and qualifications to assist you on the road to financial health. With a minimum of five years practical experience, DebtDoctor's lawyers have the know-how to guide you through any financial issues that require legal action.
DebtDoctor's legal benefit will:
DebtDoctor's legal assistance is provided in most of the prominent South African languages. To discover if DebtDoctor's legal assistance is offered in your home tongue, contact us on 0801 118 827.