What is a Notice of Assignment?
Notices of Assignment (NOA) are used to inform you that a third party has ‘purchased’ the debt from the original lender. The new ‘assignee’...Read more
Can financial advisors help with debt?
Financial advisors are able to give you advice on investment opportunities, tax and wealth management. The types of financial products that typically seem out...Read more
Trust Deeds vs Sequestration
Help to understand both the similarities and differences between Trust Deeds vs Sequestration in Scotland. Trust Deeds and Sequestration are two formal debt solutions...Read more
Best Way To Consolidate Debt In Scotland?
If you’re experiencing financial difficulties and are assessing your options to repay your debt, you may have considered that a consolidation loan is the...Read more
Mental Health Awareness Week And Debt
Debt causes mental illness and mental illness causes debt. It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and these two issues are intertwined. And yet, both issues...Read more
Best Bank Accounts For Trust Deeds
You can operate a normal, basic bank account during a Trust Deed or DAS in Scotland – Entering into an arrangement doesn’t stop you...Read more
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’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
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