Priority Debts During Coronavirus In Scotland
Some bills that you receive are regarded as priority debts because the consequences of not paying those priority debts are greater than the consequences...Read more
What Is Wage Arrestment In Scotland?
What Is Earnings Wage Arrestment In Scotland? Wage Arrestment is increasingly being used as a tactic to recover debts in Scotland, with unpaid council...Read more
What’s The Minimum Level of Debt For Trust Deeds?
Do I Need A Minimum Level of Debt to be Considered For A Trust Deed? As with all debt solutions in Scotland, Trust Deeds...Read more
Joint Debts In Scotland
There are different types of joint debts in Scotland and there is often no one-size-fits-all rule when it comes to credit facilities. From unaffordable...Read more
Debt Advice Charity Reports Covid-19 Income & Debt Concerns
Over 40% of people in Scotland are concerned about income during the Coronavirus lockdown, Citizens Advice Scotland reported. Of those worried about their finances,...Read more
What Is Sequestration In Scotland?
What Is Sequestration In Scotland? Sequestration is a form of bankruptcy in Scotland. It is a formal Scottish insolvency process in which a Trustee...Read more
What Is A Debt Payment Programme in Scotland?
A Debt Payment Programme in Scotland (DPP) is the term used to describe how much you pay back to your debts each month as...Read more
What Happens When A Trust Deed Finishes?
When your Trust Deed comes to an end, your Trustee will issue what’s known as a ‘letter of discharge’. A copy of the letter...Read more
Is A Trust Deed A Good Idea?
Is A Trust Deed A Good Idea? Trust Deeds help thousands of people in Scotland manage their unaffordable debts and reduce their monthly debt...Read more