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T and her husband have six children. Her seventeen year old has a baby and her sixteen year old has been groomed, and is now pregnant. They are both disabled and are constantly fighting to get police intervention for her sixteen year old. Because things have been so difficult, mum missed payments, the debt escalated, and her health and the family stress meant she couldn't cope. If we could help her to apply for a Debt Relief Order, it would leave her with one less thing to deal with. She can get £30, please can you help with the rest?
Our applicant is a single woman who works for the NHS and is on a low income. She is a Traveller, protected under the Characteristic Equality Act 2010, and vulnerable, as a result of this. Our applicant has a non-dependent son at home who is struggling with depression, therefore, she is not claiming Universal Credit or able to work, and is lacking motivation. Our applicant is unable to afford the Debt Relief Order fee. Please can you help?
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K has recently left a violent relationship as her ex-partner abused her physically, emotionally and financially. She has been left with a mountain of debt which she cannot deal with. K is being threatened with eviction and her landlord wants a solution to K's debt problems that will make her able to sustain her rent payments. That solution is bankruptcy. Please would you help us keep K in her home and support her with funds towards her bankruptcy?
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K's wife sadly passed away in July 2023 and this has left him unable to pay debts because his household income has halved. This has resulted in his home being repossessed, leaving a large debt. K is simply unable to pay his debts and it is having a very real and significant impact on his mental health. He needs to go bankrupt as this is the only possible solution. We have raised the majority of the fee, but need some support with the remainder.