Debt contribution order (Scotland)
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I was hoping that someone might have the answer, as I've not been able to find it anywhere.
I am about to have a debt contribution order (DCO) set and submitted at zero as I don't have an excess income, but I want to find out once I have been discharged if the OR can set a new DCO if I later increase my income or decrease me expenditure.
I have read that in England, after you are discharged, a payment order can no longer be set if one wasn't set before discharge, I am just wondering if it is the same or similar in Scotland.
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Key point here is “The DCO will stay at zero unless your financial circumstances change before you're discharged”.