Can I Arrange My Own Trust Deed?
No. All Trust Deeds must be arranged and administered by an Insolvency Practitioner. Insolvency Practitioners are highly qualified professionals with an extensive knowledge of...Read more
Black Friday Debt 2020
There’s no getting away from it. It’s Black Friday next week and that will be quickly followed up by Cyber Monday. Our email inboxes...Read more
What is Financial Abuse?
Financial abuse is also known interchangeably as economic abuse and both are a form of coercive control. Like other forms of domestic abuse, it...Read more
Talk Money Week 2020
Trust Deed Scotland® urges people to open up about personal finances in support of Talk Money Week • Talk Money Week (9-13 November) encourages...Read more
40% Of Scots Worried About Income Reports Citizens Advice Scotland
The research, carried out by the Diffley Partnership, found that 2 in 5 people of people in Scotland are concerned about their income during...Read more
36% Of Scots With Hidden Credit Card Debts
A survey has shown that over 36% of the adult population has a hidden credit card debt. OVER 2 MILLION1 MONEY S£CR£TS KEPT FROM...Read more
Why do I need to speak to someone?
Asking for help with your debt is a big step, one which Trust Deed Scotland® fully understands. Our goal is clear: to provide expert debt...Read more
Have Payment Breaks Ended?
Payment breaks offered by lenders have now ended under the existing measures and from November 2020 onwards are being replaced by ‘Tailored Support’ Note:...Read more
Debt and Mental Health
Debt and mental health are strongly linked. Over 25% of Scots experience a mental health issue in any given year. That’s not including the...Read more