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    Debt Management Plan
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    • 6th Dec 12, 3:57 PM
    Debt Management Plan 6th Dec 12 at 3:57 PM
    My son has just agreed a debt management plan with Ashley Park which means he will be paying a weekly amount for the next 40 years.

    He has debts which are mainly due to losing an appeal by the DWP against him living with wife before they were married, which he wasnt, and the DWP not paying Housing Benefit when he was off s this year with an injury to his leg. They paid if for June and July but he had his accident at work in May and was taken back on light duties by his company on a greatly reduced wage from the end of July to last week. He is going into hospital to have an operation next week and will be off work for an estimated 28 weeks according to the surgeon. Obviously I am worried that he is doing the right thing by agreeing this debt management plan to repay the DWP, Council tax and accrued Council house rent arrears. Any advise would be appreciated and anybody with any experience of Ashley Park Financial Solutions.
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