Wednesday February 19, 2020

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.

Bad advice from those...

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