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Thanks for that.
I have a house and business over here in the UK. Do I need to declare these when filing for bankruptcy over there.
Is going bankrupt in NZ from over here a relatively safe option or is it likely that they will attempt to come after me over here and enforce a court order to seize my assets?
Doing this, if I wanted to move back to NZ eventually and buy a house, again in my partners name would i need to wait 5 years, i.e go home as an undischarged bankrupt with no assets all of which were transferred 5 years past to my partner and my partner buys the new house in NZ.... or,
do I need to wait 8 years, the five years before declaring bankruptcy and then 3 more years until discharge before returning home and buying a house?
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