Cool heads can still prevail in Strokestown

The McGanns could yet stay in their home, but they need to choose their next move very carefully

23rd December, 2018
Burned-out vehicles in the aftermath of a vigilante attack on security workers who evicted a family from a farm in Strokestown, Co Roscommon earlier this month Pic: Rollingnews

In the aftermath of the bloody violence unleashed by a vigilante gang near Strokestown, Co Roscommon, the indebted family at the centre of the eviction debacle have a choice: take good advice or bad advice.

Even after the execution of a repossession order, debt advisers say a personal insolvency arrangement may still be in reach for the McGann family. This would allow them to stay in their home without further harassment.

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