G is a single Mum with 2 young children. She suffers from acute anxiety and depression. Her poor mental health is being significantly affected by debt problems: she has bailiffs and door step lenders hassling her for money on a weekly basis. This is also impacting her children as they are seeing how distressed their mum gets. G desperately needs a Debt Relief Order to bring about a permanent solution to her problems.
O is a single parent on a very low income. She lost her job in December and had to move 200 miles to somewhere cheaper for her to live. She was without any money for over 2 months whilst her claim for Universal credit was dealt with. To survive she was forced to take out loans with the Department for Work and Pensions and others. She is now struggling to pay these. She needs a financial fresh start and a Debt Relief Order is the best way to achieve this.
A is in her late forties. She has escaped from domestic violence and had some debts. She has now got a flat and is on Universal Credit. The transfer onto the benefit has left her struggling to pay her bills and in more debt for which she cannot make payments. She wants to get her finances in order and needs a Debt Relief Order for which she can put in about £30 and so seeks help with the remaining £60. Please can you help this lady make a new start? Thank you
"Due to having ill health I have been unable to work for a number of years and rely on benefits to pay bills/buy food. I have struggled to wash clothes due to my washing machine breaking and as it cannot be repaired I need to buy a replacement one but do not have any spare money. I have washed clothes by hand but this is difficult due to pains in my hands which are becoming worse the more I use them. If I could get some help towards buying a washing machine this will be massive help and relief."
B is a young refugee from Eritrea whose benefits have recently been stopped. He is currently appealing this, however it has left him destitute and unable to pay his rent or buy food. He is in desperate need of help to avoid eviction and would be very grateful for any help you could offer.