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S has been working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to sort her debts, after her mental health was severely affected by the sudden death of her child. CAP has advised a Debt Relief Order and S is in need of the £90 to fund this. She is looking forward to being debt free and having a fresh start.
M has suffered serious mental ill health for years. She was still working, but this became so severe and made worse by being in a violent relationship and needing to flee. As a result, she accumulated debts which she was unable to pay back, as she was then on minimal benefits. M is slowly getting back on her feet and is now working with Christians Against Poverty. We have applied for a Debt Relief Order, so that she can be debt free, but she need the funds to complete the application.
Our client has recently separated from her husband, as she was a victim of abuse. Over the past several years, multiple debts have built up in her name and are currently at an enforcement stage. Due to recently move properties and having a limited income, she is not in a position to make a reasonable offer of repayment to her Creditors. We have reviewed her options and determined that a Debt Relief Order (DRO) would clear her debts and give her a fresh start. She is not able to afford the DRO fee and would really appreciate your help. Thank you!
D has struggled with unemployment, depression and poor mental health. This combination of factors has caused him to get behind with paying his bills. Christians Against Poverty in Bury has been supporting him in finding a solution to his debts, and £90 is required to pay for the Debt Relief Order fee. He is unable to afford this, due to his low income, so would appreciate your support with this. Thank you!