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S, a single lady with no children, is a care leaver. She is under twenty five years of age, is only in receipt of benefits and suffers several health issues, including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This has led to impulse buying, especially take-aways, and accruing debts. Being on a low income means that S cannot afford to pay off her debts, so she has asked to apply for a Debt Relief Order to become debt free and start afresh, and have a brighter, happier future.
J is a mum of five who has health issues, including arthritis, depression and anxiety. She has a substantial amount of debt which has only worsened, due to the cost of living crisis. Her struggles with money are only exacerbated by her mental health and vice versa. J is receiving help from the Citizens Advice Bureau and they have advised her that the best option is a Debt Relief Order. However, she cannot afford the fee. Please would you consider helping this lady to get on top of her debt and look after herself and her family? Thank you!
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H is an older lady who struggles with several health issues, including mental health, nerve damage, musculoskeletal issues, and other issues, and is a recovering alcoholic. Her health issues affect her dealings with money and she struggles to keep a budget, due to memory loss, and finds it overwhelming. H has sought help from Citizens Advice Bureau for her debts and they have advised a Debt Relief Order, however, she cannot afford the fee. Please would you consider supporting this lady which will, in turn, help her mental health?
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Our client is a single gentleman suffering from brain and lung cancer, for which he is receiving immunotherapy treatment. His illness has led him to accrue many debts that he cannot pay off as he cannot work, so only receives benefits. Going bankrupt is the only way forward for him as he does not know how much time he has left. This would give him a fresh start, enable him to enjoy what time he has left and not worry about being in debt.