Thomas McKay is head advisor at the Dundee office of Scotland Debt Solutions and he has been helping people in dealing with their personal finance problems for more than 10 years. Thomas and her team base their debt-help approach on being honest but compassionate and delivering the very best levels of expertise around.
Residents of Leven can access help with money problems from the Fife Council by calling 03451 55 55 55 but we at Scotland Debt Solutions offer services aimed solely at supporting people who are struggling with serious debt. Our office in Dundee is one of four we have in Scotland, with the others located in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Wherever you live in Fife, one of our debt help experts will be happy to meet with you face-to-face to discuss your issues and the potential solutions available. We can get to you if you live in Leven within around 45 minutes along the A92 and you are welcome to arrange a free consultation at our Dundee office any time.
Thousands of Scots find themselves facing financial problems every year and debt management issues are far from uncommon throughout the country. There are a number of options available to people whose debts are making their life tough, with Trust Deeds, Debt Arrangement Schemes and Sequestration prominent among them. We at Scotland Debt Solutions have extensive expertise relating to each of these solutions and we have helped thousands of Scots find a route out of their debt woes over the past 25 years.
It isn’t easy to reach out for help if you’re facing debt problems but it is often very important to do so. Trying to tackle these issues alone can be extremely difficult and very stressful indeed.
How you got into debt trouble is not important, what matters now is how you take action to put your situation right and to start moving towards a brighter and more sustainable financial position.
If you live in Leven or anywhere in Fife, you can call us today to arrange a free consultation on 01382 684 998.
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Four years ago I had bailiffs at my door and my landlord wanted me out on the streets. I had my head in the sand and just buried myself away from bad news, meaning I ignored creditors and my debts kept escalating with late fees, surcharges and penalties. A friend told me about Scotland Debt Solutions and within two weeks I was getting my life back on track.
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I had pre-conceptions about going bankrupt and thought it would be the worst possible thing that could happen, but entering into a bankruptcy (sequestration) procedure with Scotland Debt Solutions has proved to be a massive turning point for me. I paid off some of my debts through a structured repayment plan and the rest were written off.
Within 12 months I was discharged from sequestration and able to start moving on with my life and building my credit score again.