A £90 upfront fee is the way forward.
To further proceed with MAP a payment of £90 is required by the Account in Bankruptcy.
Founded in 1985, the Account in Bankruptcy is the Scottish government agency responsible for administering the process of personal bankruptcy and corporate insolvency, administering the Debt Arrangement Scheme. (Wikipedia)
They AiB will accept instalments, but the full £90 has to be paid before you can apply. Unfortunately, exemptions or reductions are not available. At this stage, Solutions Scotland will also give you all the advice you require – you can’t apply without adhering to this advice.
If a MAP is the way forward and you meet the aforementioned criteria, we’ll ask for your details, proof of income and debts. This will include copies of payslips, bank statements etc. We’ll look at any paperwork you can offer, while providing all the support you need.
You should also be aware that with Minimal Asset Process bankruptcy your details will be submitted to a public register, called the Register of Insolvencies (ROI). These are kept on file for five years.