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Trust Deed

What is a Trust Deed?

A Trust Deed is a debt solution available to residents in Scotland, similar to the IVA. It is a legally binding arrangement drawn up between you and your creditors in which you agree to pay your creditors what you can afford. In most cases this means paying back only a percentage of what you can afford.

It is designed to enable those who cannot afford to repay their debts a way to establish a monthly repayment schedule based on what you can actually afford. The payment is collected each month by an Insolvency Practitioner (person who manages a Trust Deed) and distributed to the creditors on your behalf.

A Trust Deed usually lasts for a period of 3 years, at the end of which any remaining debts are effectively written off leaving you with no more unsecured debt..

A Trust Deed is a serious option for addressing your debts so it should be considered carefully. IT can impact your credit rating. If you are a homeowner, you may also be required to release any equity. Read more advantages and disadvantages below.

Remember, a little bit of advice can go a long way. Contact us to see what options are available to you.

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Money Advice Service

You can get free debt advice from the Money Advice Service – an organisation set up by the Government to offer free and impartial advice to those in debt. Click here for more information.

Trust Deed Advantages and Disadvantages