I am a solicitor in Scotland. How can I help you?
Is this under ordinary procedure or summary cause procedure? What is the nature of the adjustment you want to make.
The correct amount you should be suing for is the value of your capital account as at the date of dissolution per the dissolution accounts. You will require to amend your statement of claim by way of Incidental Application. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time.
The other side may ask for an adjournment given that they will be facing a different quantification of the case. You IA should ask the court to delete the passages of test in your statement of claim that you wish removed and should ask for them to replaced with "the following" and you then have to state what replacement text you want to add to the statement of claim. Once the court gets the IA it will assign a hearing and you have to intimate everything to the opponent. Follow the summary cause rules on the Scottish Courts website and you should be able to do this yourself. If you are in any doubt get a solicitor to do it for you. Civil court work is quite specialised and it's easy to make a mistake if you don't have experience.