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  1. Hi, My daughter has split up with her boyfriend after 12 years and one child and finally admitted what we already knew that she is in a world of debt and has had to take out an IVA. The boyfriend never contributed a penny to their living costs and she even paid off his rent arrears. Problem is the elctric bill is soley in her name and that had been run upto 525.00 GBP which eon have accepted a twenty pound a month payment plan on , I feel as it was a joint tenancy property (housing association) Eon should pursue him for half and her for half but she thinks this will not happen . During all this time she has worked so he can sit on his arse and do nothing, I am trying to think of ways to get the issue dealt with and bring her debts down and thought it might be worth negotiating with eon, any thoughts.
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