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  • What is a Trust Deed – A Scottish Protected Trust Deed is a legally binding agreement between a Scottish resident and their creditors that will generally last for 48 months. The Scottish Protected Trust Deed is designed for an individual to pay back what they can afford over a four year period towards their debt and the rest of the debt is legally written off as unaffordable.

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  • What is a Trust Deed?

  • A Scottish Protected Trust Deed is a form of insolvency and is put in place by a licensed insolvency practitioner who will administer the plan from start to finish and ensure the correct regulations of insolvency are practised.

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Constantly feeling stressed due to constant phone calls, letters, texts & visits from debt collectors?

Struggling to find a way to pay all your debt repayments each month?

Never see your debt coming down?

Feeling like you are going to lose your home & car?

A Scottish Protected Trust Deed is a legally binding arrangement and covers unsecured debts only, such as – credit cards, personal loans, car loans, overdrafts, rent arrears, mobile phone contracts, catalogues, council tax arrears, income tax arrears, over payments from HMRC & DWP. It does not therefore apply to your mortgage or any hire purchase agreements. A Scottish Protected Trust Deed must also be set up by a licensed insolvency practitioner, who becomes the trustee and deals with the creditors on your behalf.

It is important to choose an insolvency practitioner that you can trust as you will have to give details of your assets and income, as well as your debts and creditors, to create a clear picture of your finances.

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    From the first initial phone call to the end trust deed were amazing! They understood what I was going through and helped me every step of the way and made me feel like a could call them anytime with any queries.

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