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  1. To take the discussion off another thread, there is an idea that councils can now attach to DLA or the new PIP to recoup Liability Orders, this is problematic if said benefit is funding say a Motability car on lease. Can we look at which benefits can lawfully be attached to so we can frame best advice?
  2. Hi to anyone that can help My Fiance and I have been awaiting her Decree Absolute to arrange our wedding and it has come to light that her previous marriage of 10 years wasn't lawfully carried out due to an administration error of the Registry Office. We have been told her case is to be heard before a DJ this week to confirm that the marriage wasn't legal, and that the registry office will send out a form to complete regarding compensation that will go before a DJ to award compensation accordingly. Does anyone know how much compensation is awarded in these matters and what can b
  3. HI - I would appreciate some advice for hubby. He has a Halifax CC which he opened in 2004 - the bank matched his previous CC and transferred the available balance as the same although this card was cleared off. Everything was fine until i had to stop work suddenly through ill health - we pre-emptively phone H CC and told them of the situ and that our income was halving although it was still very good with just one earner - but we said we were unsure how we would manage. They advised us to pay minimum amount and try to keep payments - we managed but did miss one months payment and
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