gettingtheresometime wrote: »
Please don't get worked up again regarding the inheritance - you're now aware that neither sister has received any inheritance.
with regards GPs surgeries Elsien's idea is an excellent one after all what doesn't suit one person other may prefer.
Anthear wrote: »
Annbarbs - trust me - ALL properties get the odd maintenance problem - whether they are privately rented, owned or HA! I am sure there are plenty of private tenants who have had issues with private landlords simply taking the money and doing NO repairs. So at least you have a process to go through to report the problem.
You WILL get your inheritance. You just have to wait. I have had to wait for mine and my mother died over TWO YEARS ago. Sometimes things take longer than anticipated and things take as long as they take. It is REALLY frustrating. I get that. It is for me too. There is lots of unfairness in the world.
You don't know if your sisters have their inheritance. If they do you can't do anything about it, so why fret and worry.
PLEASE register with a GP and ask to the referred to the CMHT. Last time you didn't meet their threshold for treatment. You MAY now. No one will know unless they see you, so ask to be seen urgently.
Please do this as a priority - maybe tomorrow? Go and see the surgeries and make your decision.
You are no worse off now than you were before your mother died. You still have somewhere to live.
You are going around in circles which is a sign that you need help. Please help yourself by seeing a Doctor this week and asking for a referral to the CMHT.
annbarbs wrote: »
I have seen places for 50k or 70k up North.
It's true it will cost me half of my inheritance,
But I will still have 60k and I won't be paying any rent.
So the money could last just as long as it would if I was paying rent.
I would not have to deal with any of these issues that I am facing now anymore.
Here's a full list of sites set to close
Put yourself to the frugality test
Including '£9' Christmas tree