£100 remaining for arrears
This elderly couple have discovered that their money has disappeared from their bank account, due to fraud. They have a household debt, due within a week, which, if not paid, will result in fines. The bank has agreed this is fraud, but it will take at least three weeks for the money to be returned. These people do not want to be in any more debt and are extremely upset over what has happened.
My client has been trying to deal with his financial issues for a while but, due to the pandemic impact, his work and the cost of living crisis, can no longer sustain payments to service his debts. He is starting a new job shortly, which will hopefully stabilise his income, but things will still be difficult. A Debt Relief Order would, at least, remove the worry and stress of enforcement, and ensure they can meet priority costs such as rent, Council Tax, food and fuel bills. Many thanks!
Still £90 left to donateTotal needed £90.00
Our Client, a single mother of two pre-school children, is unable to work, due to Anxiety. She is eligible for a Debt Relief Order and has been able to save £20 towards the application fee. To receive the remaining £70 would be a blessing to her, enabling her to clear her debts and start afresh.
Still £70 left to donateTotal needed £70.00
This single mother, with complex physical and mental health issues, has recently become eligible for a Debt Relief Order (DR0), following abuse. Although she has limited ability to work, she has secured part-time employment, working three evenings a week when family can take care of her two young children. With a very tight budget, the DRO would clear her debts and give her a fresh start.