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About the Trust Deed Service

The Trust Deed Service is a leading provider of information and guidance on debt solutions in Scotland.

As founder members of the Insolvency Network we are active in raising awareness of the benefits of receiving financial advice and providing greater information to wider audiences throughout Scotland.

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Our Mission

Debt problems can effect anyone at anytime. The stress they cause impacts not only the individual that is in debt but also their families. Many people in debt do not know where to turn and keep things bottled up. By raising awareness of the issues people in debt face, and providing a free to access resource for help and guidance, we aim to help to overcome the debt problems and financial education issues facing Scotland today.

Everyone's debt problem and situation is different

The Trust Deed Service was set up as a dedicated source of financial advice, to ensure people get the advice and help they need, when they need it.

Everyone's debt problem is different and requires a tailored solution to achieve the best possible outcome for all involved.

Not all Insolvency Practices are the same, some specialise in dealing with self employed cases, others are experts at dealing with commercial insolvencies whilst some are set up to deal with a high volume of relatively straightforward personal debt cases.

Likewise, not everyone needing help is the same. Some prefer a face to face meeting, with an advisor visiting them at home. Others prefer to deal with an advisor who will advise them over the phone and send any paperwork through the post.

The Trust Deed Service, with our panel of specialists and the strength of the Insolvency Network, we will match you with the best advisor to deal with your particular situation and preferences.

We hand pick our specialist partner insolvency practitioners based on our own vetting process, monitoring their current workload to ensure you have access to the right professionals to deal with your circumstances and those who are able to advise and work with you to deliver the best solution possible in the shortest possible time.

Partner Solution Providers are selected on the following criteria:

  • Communication & Customer Service
  • Current Work Load and Capacity
  • Free Initial Consulation
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Speed of Service
  • Creditor Relations
  • Transparency of Costs
  • FCA/R3/IPA/ICAS/ICO Regulated & Monitored

The Trust Deed Service works with key policy makers, opinion formers and the media to promote financial education, and ensure the work and views of Insolvency Practioners are reflected in the press and social media.

Need Debt Help or Advice?

Our panel of specialists can quickly advise you if you are struggling with your debts.
Simply call the team FREE on 0800 564 2211.
Alternatively take the online debt test and check what help is available.

Partnerships

If you're interested in joining our panel of insolvency practitioners, partnering with us, would like to link to our site, or just want some more information, please get in touch.

Email: [email protected]

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Fantastic,they are life savers.

I Contacted them at 5 pm on a Thursday night,they arranged a meeting Friday morning with all the relevant bodies their because my case was the following Monday .I can't sing their praises high enough they contacted the courts same afternoon. Fantastic response, I avoided going bankrupt on the Monday. I risked losing my home, my mother and fathers home all hope seemed lost until I made that fateful phone call. I can now sleep at night.

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  • Address: 272 Bath Street, Glasgow,
    G2 4JR
  • Phone: 0800 564 2211
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
    Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

You can also get free impartial debt advice by following this link to the Money Advice Service.

The Trust Deed Service is part of the Baker Adams Advisory Group © 2015-2017 All right reserved. Made and managed with in Glasgow by Just ROI

The Trust Deed Service does not charge you any fees for using our service, our network partners will also provide you with a free initial consultation free of charge, to ensure you get the advice you need when you need it.

We will pass your details on to one of our network of our approved Insolvency Practitioners or Debt Advice Charities who will contact you and explain all the options available to you. They will then be able to help you set up a debt solution which is right for you.

The debt solution offered to you by our network will depend on your criteria and circumstances, including how much you owe and how many creditors you owe money to. You need to speak to a debt advisor to obtain a full assessment.