£60 remaining for a Debt Relief Order
Our client has been struggling for a number of years. Having recently divorced, he is now living on a really low income and desperately needs a fresh start, but has debts from that relationship that are holding him back. He is on such a low income that saving more than £10 toward the fee for a Debt Relief Order is impossible for him. Once the debt is cleared, he is going to have more to live on, and his life will be sustainable; going forward, which he is excited about!
Please can you help this Bradford man get back on his feet? He got into debt after suffering a nervous break down. He is doing much better now, but needs to clear his debt for a fresh start. Thank you!
M is working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP). She has a baby and is living on benefits, with a disability. M came to CAP because she could not cope with the volume of letters and calls about her debts. CAP have worked alongside her to create a budget so that she can afford her bills and, at the same time, the unmanageable debt can be cleared with a Debt Relief Order. Please can you help to pay the £90 fee? Thank you!
N has come to Christians Against Poverty (CAP) for debt help. He has tried to sort out his debts several times over the years, but never got this far. Finally, with lots of hard work, CAP has said that N is suitable for a Debt Relief Order. This would clear his unmanageable debt and give him a fresh start, meaning that N's wage could go on his bills, not just debts. Please could you help him to get there?