The Citizens Advice is a network of independent charities that helps people resolve their money, legal and other problems. We're really lucky to have organisation like the Citizens Advice in the UK, and you could do a lot worse than to talk to one of their advisors if you're looking for advice on solving a debt probelm.
"Citizens Advice Bureaux have seen debt enquiries double in the last ten years. Debt is now the number one issue advised on in bureaux, accounting for one in three of all enquiries, and CAB advisers are currently dealing with an average of 7,241 new debt problems every working day."
Most Citizens Advice service staff are trained volunteers. If you want to arrange a meeting you'll find that they have 3,300 locations, so hopefully you'll find one near you.
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On a less serious note, did you know that the Citizens Advice Bureau is also one of the most misspelt advice organisations. Here are some of the spellings collected on this website alone: "citizens bereau", "citizens beureau", "citizens beuro", "citizens bureau", "citizens burea", "citizens buro", "citizens bureu", "citzen advice", "citezens advice", "citzens advice", "cab advice", and last but not least "citezen advice". Even though there's a lot of confusion over how you spell this important charity's name, they will always be an important and welcome feature of UK towns and cities.