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Help!! Sticky Situation and dont know what to do!!

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Hi guys and girls, hope you are well!!Well Im in a very difficult situation.In short.....I work full time, 60 miles away from home. I have a big unsecured debt with Natwest, standing at just under 8k and im paying £245 pm......I also have loads of dca's etc. etc. and one county court judgement.Basically im in a position where i have had to take custody of my 5 year old son for the forseeable future.Whilst arrangements are fine at the moment, i need to get back home as getting home at 7pm every night is not good and if there were to be an emergency with my son, i am a good hour and a half away.....So.... I cannot get my work transfered closer to home as there is no vacancies, this also means that im going to find it incredibly difficult to find another job due to if i get an interview, i need to take the whole day or half a day off work which isnt easy....Ive accepted the fact that i am going to have to quit my job and sign on for the first time in 17 years to enable me to find a local job, but that in turn will make my problems with my debt worse... any ideas?? as im feeling pretty lost at the moment!James

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Just send the company you owe money to a letter, fully explaining your situation. If you can get it notarized, thats even better since the company you owe money to cannot refuse it due to it being signed by a legal representative as a statement of facts.


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