Struggling with financial issues? Roslynn can help




My name is Roslynn Doherty and I am the founder and Director of an independent, authorised and regulated debt management company, The Financial Foundation, based in Drogheda, Co Louth, specialising in mortgage arrears and restructuring debts.


I was authorised to commence trading as The Financial Foundation by The Central Bank of Ireland and the primary function of the company is to negotiate affordable, sustainable restructured arrangements with financial institutions in order to keep indebted families in their homes, due, as a result of the bankruptcy of Irish banks.


These families have been struggling financially, physically and mentally with relentless threats of home repossession from their home-loan providers, creditors and vulture funds.  Having previously volunteered for a local charity, S.O.S.A.D. (Save our Sons & Daughters) I am acutely aware of the shocking statistics of suicide, directly related to the relentless threat of home repossession and potential homelessness.

Initially, the service provided was aimed at those in my local community in Drogheda, who were in urgent need of someone who could negotiate on their behalf to prevent the loss of their family home.  However, within weeks of launching, the company was contacted by people in distress from all over the country in need of assistance.

The following achievements have been accomplished in the short two years since the firm started:

  • Secured reversal and removal of repossession orders
  • Clients Repossession cases struck out of the legal system
  • Write-offs of residual debts where the lenders have sold the properties at a shortfall
  • Split mortgages
  • Part capital and interest mortgages
  • Capitalisation of arrears
  • Term Extensions
  • Interest Rate Reductions

The unique aspect of The Financial Foundation is the balance of compassion and dedication, combined with the Client Management System which is provided as part of the service.  I have been successful in securing outcomes that have made the difference in some cases, of families slipping deeper into poverty, and at times, going without food in order to pay essential bills.

In summary, there is nothing short of an epidemic of families without hope and living in constant fear of losing their homes.  The stigma attached to such circumstances often means they leave it too late to get help, thus compounding the problem.

If you or anyone you know are struggling financially, please contact me on the number below for a free consultation.

Roslynn Doherty


APA Debt Management

M: 087 7392864

P:  041 9835710






30 Laurence Street


Co Louth



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B.H.F.F. Ltd. T/A The Financial Foundation is Regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.  Registered in Ireland Company No.564904. Registered address: 30 Laurence Street, Drogheda, Co Louth.


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