Walker Love

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How Much Do You Owe In Total?

How much do you owe in total?
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By knowing how much debt you owe, we can ensure we are able to offer you the most appropriate debt solution for your needs.

Who Are Walker Love?

Walker Love are Scotland’s largest Sheriff Office. Their individual Sheriffs and Messenger-at-Arms are authorised by the courts to enforce court orders. As a result of this, if you attempt to prevent Walker Love from doing their jobs, you could be held in comtempt of court.

When pursuing your debt, Walker Love will take the following steps:

  • You will be issued with a ‘Charge to pay’ or ‘Charge for Payment’ by Walker Love. This is a letter that instructs you to pay your debt within 14 days.
  • Ideally, this is the time to act! If you cannot afford to pay the debt then contact us either by clicking here or call us on 0800 989 0137 We can get the Walker Love to stop!
  • If you fail to pay the debt within the 14 day period, Walker Love will move on to their second step which could mean:
  • Arresting Your Wages,
  • Arresting Your Bank Accounts
  • Petitioning for Your Sequestration (Bankruptcy)
  • Walker Love may also attempt to gain an ‘Attachment of Goods Order’. This allows Walker Love to seize your property in order to sell it and use the money to pay all or part of your debt.

Visit our Sheriff information page to find out more.

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What Types of Debts Do Alex M Adamson Collect?

Credit Cards

Unsecured Loans

Store Cards


Personal Loans

Utility Bills

Business Debts


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The Different Debt Types We Can Help With

Whether it is a Trust Deed, Sequestration or a Debt Arrangement Scheme, only unsecured debt can be included in a debt solution.

Here are some examples of some typical unsecured debts that you may have.

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Our friendly, understanding and expertly trained advisors are ready to assist you, offering impartial and practical guidance in a completely non-judgmental setting. We recognise that anyone can encounter financial challenges, which is why we prioritise treating our customers with empathy and understanding.

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With over 20 years of experience, we have helped literally thousands of people solve their money worries. Once you have enquired, one of our team members will be in touch, learning about your specific circumstances and pointing you in the direction of the help you need; whether that is with us, or one of our trusted partners.

Ongoing Support

If you choose to become one of our clients then, should you need us, we are here to help. We understand that life can be tough and we can all be faced with the unexpected from time to time, so should your circumstances change during your Trust Deed term, get in touch and get the support you need.

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What is the role of a messenger-at-arms in the context of a trust deed?

A messenger-at-arms is an officer of the Scottish court who has specific duties, including serving legal documents and enforcing court orders. In the context of a trust deed, which is a voluntary agreement in Scotland for debt repayment, a messenger-at-arms may be involved in delivering official notices to debtors or in enforcing court orders related to the trust deed.

How does sheriff involvement occur in relation to a trust deed?

In Scotland, sheriffs are judges who preside over sheriff courts. Their involvement with a trust deed might occur if theres litigation related to the enforcement of its terms or if disputes arise that require legal adjudication. For example, if creditors challenge the fairness or validity of the arrangement or if theres alleged non-compliance by the debtor.

Can a walker love relate to any aspect of being a messenger-at-arms?

The term walker love is not commonly associated with legal roles such as messenger-at-arms. However, if we interpret walker love metaphorically as passion or dedication for ones profession, then it could mean that an individual working as a messenger-at-arms has great enthusiasm and commitment for their role within the judicial system.

What legal powers does a sheriff have when dealing with breaches in a trust deed?

When dealing with breaches in a trust deed, sheriffs possess various legal powers including ordering repayment schedules, adjudicating on creditor claims, granting sequestration (bankruptcy) orders if necessary, and making rulings on any contentious matters between parties involved in the trust deed.

Is there any connection between walker love and sheriff duties regarding enforcement actions under trust deeds?

There is no direct connection between walker love and sheriff duties concerning enforcement actions under trust deeds. Sheriffs carry out their responsibilities according to law without reference to personal feelings such as love. Enforcement actions are procedural and adhere strictly to legal guidelines rather than emotional sentiments.