Bankruptcy – what happens to your bank accounts and credit rating



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Bankruptcy – what happens to your bank accounts and credit rating

If you are made bankrupt, it can affect how you manage your bank or building society accounts and your credit rating. Find out what happens to these, the restrictions you must agree to and where to get help and advice.

How bankruptcy affects your bank accounts

When the court makes you bankrupt, you should stop using your cheque books and bank or credit cards. These must be handed over to the Official Receiver (the court’s bankruptcy officer).

Your bank or building society will be told that you are bankrupt and will freeze all your accounts, including any joint accounts. While your accounts are frozen, you can’t receive or make payments. This will affect any standing orders or direct debits you have, so you should make alternative arrangements to pay any bills.

Money in your accounts

Your Official Receiver or trustee (the person appointed to manage your bankruptcy) will take control of your assets (property, shares etc). Any money in your bank account is an asset and will be used to repay your creditors (people you owe money to).

You can ask your trustee or Official Receiver if they will release:

  • any money you need for urgent domestic expenses – for example, buying food
  • your partner’s share of any money held in a joint account
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