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
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
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
Are Credit Cards Included In Scottish Trust Deeds?
All types of unsecured debts are required to be included within a Scottish Trust Deed and credit cards are the most common type of...Read more
What option for paying off debt is best for me?
The best option for paying off debt that is right for you will invariably always depend on your personal circumstances. You may recognise any...Read more
What is MAP Sequestration?
The MAP Sequestration is more formerly known as Minimal Asset Process and it is a form of sequestration in Scotland. Sequestration is the Scottish...Read more
Can I include a Bank Overdraft Debt in a Trust Deed?
Yes, you can include a bank overdraft debt in a Trust Deed. In fact, not only can you include a bank overdraft debt in...Read more
Can you get a Trust Deed twice?
The advice on whether you can get a Trust Deed twice varies depending on the reason for you asking the question of can you...Read more