Scottish and English debt laws are different, so if you are a Scottish resident and have questions on debt, then this is the place to post.

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By JLP
#72695 I am off on my Holidays-not yet, but go on 28th June and wont be back till 18th July. Off to France for my Jollies but having a few days in Sarfhampton to see the older girls Grandma (my ex's mum-lovely woman, shame about her son..... :roll: )

Anyway- I wont be here but a few people that have good experience of Trust Deeds will look in Im sure.And Mel's not too bad either...... :)

For anything else if you want help, here is a few nos of people that can help

http://www.aib.gov.uk/ -help on Bankruptcy/Sequestration questions

http://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/introduction.asp -infor on Bankruptcy /Court forms

http://www.moneyadvicescotland.org.uk/ can point you to a Scottish Debt Advisor in your area

http://www.moneyscotland.gov.uk/das/das ... ntentID=3&

Information on the Debt Arrangement Scheme

http://www.nationaldebtline.co.uk/scotland/ - general Money Advice queries

I am sure you all will cope without me-no offence, but I am NOT looking in during my holidays. I am going to enjoy my last family holiday (oldest daughter 18 next year), am going to eat loads, get very drunk, shop till I drop (without a Credit card that I cant clear in one payment.......lol........ :wink: ). And I am not going to think about anyone's debt problems.

Ta Ra for noo.......

JLP
By Aaron
#73812
JLP wrote: shop till I drop (without a Credit card that I cant clear in one payment.......lol........ :wink: ). And I am not going to think about anyone's debt problems.

Ta Ra for noo.......

JLP


I laughed out loud to that one. Have a good one m8!