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You must provide a third party authority to allow your trustee to discuss your bankruptcy with anyone besides you. A third party authority (TPA) can be given to any person you nominate such as a:
- financial counsellor or accountant
- family member or
This authority allows us to talk to the nominated person about your bankruptcy. A TPA may be:
- general or relating to a specific item of information or
- temporary or an ongoing basis.
A TPA can:
- make enquiries about your estate both verbally and in writing
- request documents or correspondence be sent to you
- update your postal address, email address and income details.
A TPA can't:
- sign AFSA documents on your behalf
- request documents be sent directly to them
- update your residential address, contact number and change of name.
How to add a TPA:
If your trustee is the Official Trustee (AFSA) call us now on 1300 364 785.