If you own your own home and you set up a trust deed, you may have to sell it in order to raise money to pay towards your debts.
In some cases, if you have little or no equity in your home, you may be able to set up a type of protected trust deed which does not include your home. (The equity in your home is the amount of money that you would have left after selling your home and paying off the mortgage.) You can only exclude one home from your protected trust deed and it must be the only or the main place that you live.
If your trust deed does include your home, you have family living with you and your trustee does want to sell the home, you can apply to the sheriff court to ask for the sale to be refused or delayed for up to 3 years.